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Data Recovery

We recover data from SD Cards

SD Cards are commonly used by those who need data portability. We understand that these small devices often hold valuable data or precious memories.

They usually live inside our cameras, phones, MP3 players or sound recorders. We understand that it’s incredibly stressful when one of these tiny devices fail.

The resourceful technicians at Recover My Data have a verified track record and are widely renowned for recovering data from failed SD Cards.

Our technicians have the astounding capabilities to perform data recover from other digital storage media such as; XD Cards, CF Cards and more.

There are countless explanations as to why SD Cards may fail; typically associated with one out of the four classifications:

1. Physically failed SD Cards

Physically damaged SD Cards, Damaged SATA or ZIF connector.

2. Human error

Accidental damage, deletion or formatting.

3. Electronically failed SD Cards

Overvoltage or power spikes may damage the device.

4. Unforeseen failure of SD Cards

Water / flood damage & fire or damage caused by heat exposure

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0330 133 1423

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SD Card Data Recovery
SD Cards
Samsung
Seagate
Toshiba
Western Digital

Our clients love our reliable service

We have an average rating of 5 stars

Your Data Recovery Journey

01.

Send

Data recovery process step one - send your media

02.

Assess

Assess - data recovery process step 2

03.

Quote

Receive quote - step 3

04.

Recover

Data recovery

1. Send your device to us

Using a next-day courier service, or drop of the device to one of our secure locations.

2. We assess your device

We diagnose your drive, discover the potential cause of data loss happened and inform you what can be recovered.

3. We send you a quotation

We give you a quote based on how difficult it is to access your data.

4. We send your data back

We send your data back on a new device in the same file formats as the originals.