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Have a failing Hard Disk? Lost partitions? Made a mistake while reformatting?
Deleted important files from your Pendrive or Memory Card? Backup DVDs won't work anymore?
Sending your drive for RMA but don't want to pay an arm and a leg to get back your files?
Worry no more - engage the expertise of a Linux developer and save your precious data!
How about bad sectors? Is Windows, Mac or Linux finding it difficult to work with your device?
Do you want a clean drive again, like it was when it was new?
What about privacy? Are you looking to sell your device, but want to make sure no-one can
ever carve out fragments of your private files? Need to securely erase all data on your drive?
The recovery process and services in general follow an algorithmic procedure, using proper,
industrial-strength forensic tools and methods:
1. Try to restore the drive or medium to the last known working state. This includes restoring
all partitions and their corresponding data. If this succeeds, you will not be required to provide
a secondary medium.
2. If the restoration fails, try to recover as much data as possible. You will be required to
provide a secondary medium to store the recovered files. No recovery, no pay.
3. If there is no need for recovery, but drive or medium exhibits problems such as bad sectors,
try to eliminate or decrease them. No success, no pay.
4. If secure erasure is requested, run a CIA-standard n-pass wipe on the drive or medium.
(1) and (2) are part of one and the main service, costing BDT 500 in total.
(3) and (4) are separate services, costing BDT 250 each.
For quick recovery of (accidentally) deleted files, charges vary from 250 to 500, depending on
the method, time and effort needed. The quickest approach usually takes just a few seconds
to scan the first few sectors and file records. The longest time requires "scalping" the medium
for the required data and then sorting them all out.
Note: No device will be dismantled in any of the above operations.
Precautions: Always remember - STOP WHATEVER YOU ARE DOING - whenever you think your
device has malfunctioned or when you have accidentally deleted something. Drive activity,
whether it be a HDD, SSD, or UFD, decreases the likelihood of a successful recovery. Every case
is unique and there is never any guarantee, so keep that in mind if you had high expectations.
Typical symptoms of a failing drive include reports of bad sectors, fluctuating performance,
partitions being reported as "raw", file corruption and loss, error during transfers, non-detection
by operating system, etc.
Do these sound familiar to you? Then what are you waiting for? You have nothing (else) to lose,
but only your data to gain (back)!
Professional data recovery companies will charge you extravagant prices - and they have the
right to do so. If your device has failed to the point of no return, it will require dismantling.
Dismantling means taking apart your device, and that means exposure to harmful particles.
For example, just one tiny speck of dust between a Hard Disk Drive's head and platter can mean
disaster. These companies are equipped with highly-controlled environments and laboratories to
treat your device the right way.
But what if your device does not require dismantling? What if the failure is not as serious as you
thought? What if you simply want a modest yet trusted solution, on a personal level, from
someone with the right know-how?
This is not your random, average, computer repair store where untrained technicians simply click
on a few buttons and call it "data recovery". This is an honest expert who values the sharing of
knowledge and proper techniques.