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We have quickly become the nations most trusted and recommended data recovery service provider. We offer great prices, fast service and 63 offices in 39 states across the country ready to help you start the data recovery process today. We lead the nation in providing fair priced clean room data recovery services with the highest recovery rates. We recover data from failed, clicking, not recognized and crashed hard drives, RAID servers, flash drives, camera cards, SSD's, virtual machines and NAS devices in our ISO 5 Class 100 clean room. We are are highly recognized as the go to RAID server data recovery service provider for RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10, RAID 5 and RAID 6 arrays.

What makes File Savers the go to choice for data recovery? Computer shops, IT guys and previous clients all over the country recommend File Savers for data recovery service because of our great prices, fast service, offices all over the country and the highest determination to recover data from even the most complicated cases. We continue to work with even the hardest to recover cases when other data recovery service providers would simply call it unrecoverable. we simply won't give up on your hard drive, RAID, SSD, flash drive or camera card if we believe there is any chance to recover your files. Even if it means we go beyond our quoted recovery time frame or your case requires more work than originally quoted.

File Savers is HIPPA & PCI compliant which means we are set up to handle and recover highly secure and government regulated computer files. This makes us the perfect choice for healthcare providers, financial institutions, large corporations and other businesses with highly secure and confidential information. Our engineers are experienced with nearly all levels and brands of encryption so we can help you successfully recover your data from your encrypted hard drive as well.

We offer data recovery service options for businesses who need their data back immediately, very fast or moderately fast with price points to match. We also offer our Budget Service data recovery option for you individuals who really need or want the lowest possible price to recover your data with less of an emphasis on speed.

Our process starts with a FREE consultation. You will tell us the story of what happened, give us the information about your media storage device, it's failure symptoms, storage capacity, and a short list of the most important files you need recovered. You will then bring or send your hard drive, RAID, SSD, flash drive or camera card to our lab where we will perform a FREE evaluation to determine the exact failure. We will then provide you with a firm price to recover your files at which point you will decide if you want us to attempt recovery of your data or not.

Of course we will always try to recover every file along with the original file structure from your hard drive, RAID, SSD, flash drive or camera card. Sometimes that is simply not possible due to media damage. This is why we gather a list of the most important files you need. If we are unable to recover any data from your storage media device there will be absolutely no charge for the recovery attempt (except in rare cases when we charge an attempt fee due to unusual circumstances; previously opened drives, flooded drives, other types of situations that make data recovery much more difficult and time consuming than normal).

Warning: Never open your hard drive yourself. Never push down on the lid of your drive. Never put your drive in the freezer. Never tap, hit or drop your hard drive. If you believe your hard drive is failing, turn it off and do not continue to apply power to it. Hard drives are extremely sensitive and can easily be made unrecoverable.

We are manufacturer approved to recover your data from your failed media device without voiding your warranty.


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