We can Backup all the data on your machine if it's working or not!
Heres what we do...
Backing up your data from a working machine isn't a hard and so is priced relatively cheap, to do this we will check the size if your backup and offer a storage media that can fit the content of your backup on. if your data is under 128GB we can offer you a USB Backup which will be cheeper however if it is larger we will have to do your backup to an external USB Hard Drive, We will give you a quote before committing the backup if it's larger than expected.
None Working Machine:
Backing up your data from a working machine is a little more difficult however we don't really charge much more, the difference is usually around £10 as we will need to take the hard drive out of your current damaged machine and put it into another computer that already has an Operating System installed and begin analysing the data to be backed up, sometimes this can take longer depending on the security of the user account, in some cases the files need ownership and it can take windows some time to go over each file and thus an additional £10 fee would need to be added for time, we will contact you and give you a quote before committing to the backup if price is higher than expected.
Accidentally formatted data recovery:
If you have lost your data due to accidentally formating your hard drive somehow then we can still attempt to recover your data with a 95% success rate! this kind of backup costs considerably more than a standard backup as we have to analyse a lot of data on the surface of the disk, sometimes we can recover data thats been wrote over however its not a high possibility, in some cases images and other files have visual corruption e.g. colourful pixelation. . Other glitches that could arise with this is filenames could be lost so your data could have names like [28060294u6092u46] however we will still be able to store the data onto an external device and give you the pleasure of going over all that data giving it names, In most cases tho everything will go perfect and the'll be no data corruption! as with the other backups if this costs more than normal we will contact you with a quote.
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