Data Recovery

Never Miss A Byte with Data Recovery

data recovery denver, data recovery boulder, data restore, boulder, denver, Our hardware, software, and system engineers, along with experienced customer service professionals and dedicated data recovery specialists provide world class data recovery for our clients. Whether it’s a crashed hard drive or just deleted files, we’ll get it back.

The good news is that short of a physically damaged hard drive, data really never goes away. Formats and deletions just make the space available to be written over. In most cases, even if the data has been written over, it’s still possible to compile most of the original files. If the data loss is due to system error, like forgetting a password or missing OS files, that no problem for IT Guys. We’re all expert white hat hackers here, password problems a never a problem for us. So the next time you lose that important document, that last minute presentation, or that photo you can never get back, don’t panic. Just give us a call and we’ll take care of the data retrieval for you.

Signs Of Potential Hard Drive Failure

boulder data recovery, restore, denver, boulder, data recoveryGet a check up if you experience:

  • Hard Drive more than 5 years old
  • Strange noises or grinding sound
  • Blue screen of death
  • Slow computer operation
  • Unresponsiveness
  • System crashes
  • Missing files
  • Virus infections
  • OS challenges
  • Computer freezing


What to Do When Hard Drive fails?

  • Turn off computer immediately
  • Do not install or re-install any software
  • Do not shake, disassemble, remove or attempt to clean a suspected damaged drive
  • Do not use file recovery or other utility software to attempt repair for a damaged or failed drive
  • Do not attempt to dry a wet computer
  • Never attempt to operate any visibly damaged devices
  • Contact IT Guys immediately

Why Do Hard Drives Lose Data?

Hard drive data loss is classified in two categories:

  • Logical failure — the hard drive is in working order but some files or data cannot be accessed for logical reasons such as a lost partition or accidental reformatting
  • Mechanical failure — the hard drive is not functioning. The most common causes are head crashes and motor failures.

Improper handling may cause more damage

What Causes Hard Drive Failure?

The list of incidents causing hard drive failures and subsequent data loss includes, but is not limited to, human error, power surges, overwriting, physical damage, natural disasters, viruses, and age. Data Recovery Services Help to Recover From Hard Drive Data Loss IT Guys use specialized hard drive recovery tools and proprietary processes to ensure the most successful outcome.

High Speed Data Recovery

But if your data is recoverable, we’ll get that data back for you, normally within 24 hours. Our on-site technicians pickup your media, and drop it off with all recoverable data.

Unfortunately, no data recovery can ever be 100% guaranteed, there are many factors that can affect a successful recovery. Sometimes files or parts of files can become corrupt or damaged for many reasons. When that is the case we can do a partial recovery attempt to get as much of that data back as possible so that at least you don’t have to start from scratch.

Prevention is by far the best method to avoid losing data. Ask a technician today about backup and cloud options that are available for your data solution.

Clean Room Environment

boulder computer repair, data recovery boulder, boulder, denver, data recovery denverHard disk recoveries related to mechanical failure are performed in dust-free clean room environments where they are carefully dismounted, examined and processed Drive Imaging: Damaged or failed hard drives are imaged to a working environment, providing the most complete data recovery possible. When there is physical media damage, our tools work to read around the damaged area recovering every byte possible.

Note: Trying this on your own or through an inexperienced data recovery provider may lead to further damage to the drive.


Call Us Today At 303.578.6256


How can I get my hard-drive recovered?

First, we start with a diagnostic to see if we can recover your data. Then f the diagnostic is positive, we perform the data recovery and return your drive to you.

Where does my data recover to?

We can transfer recovered data to a new drive you provide, or we can provide an external drive to you for a fee.

I have sensitive information on my drive, how can I ensure my data is safe?

All of our technicians are background checked professionals. We use only HIPAA compliant techniques to recover your data. We take information security very seriously.

How long does data recovery take?

Between 24-48 hours typically.

How much does data recovery cost?

The diagnostic is free, and the successful data recovery is $299 per TB recovered.

Is there a charge if the data cannot be recovered?

Nope, We work on a no fix no fee policy.

What is your success rate of recovery?

Our success rate of recovery is over 99%.

Can I get a discount on the recovery?

You sure can, we provide $50 gift cards to everyone that recommends our service to others. You were able to find us, but not everyone is as lucky. Let people know how happy you were with our service and received a $50 gift card, it’s that simple.

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