Tri-State Data Recovery has recovered thousands of hard drives for data recovery. We are so devoted to providing the best possible recovery attempt that we continuously participate in international training courses overseas on the most advanced technology in hard drive data recovery. We accept all hard drives and server RAID arrays with any configuration along with any desktop, laptop or portable hard drive with any interface. Hard drive data recovery consists of three levels of recovery based on difficulty and skill level from 1-3.
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Professional data recovery services offered on-site in our state-of-the-art labs.
Here at Tri-State Data Recovery & Forensics, LLC, we are so dedicated at providing you with the highest probability of success in recovering your precious data from your failed device or server. We travel the globe annually spending countless hours in professional European training and collaborations with the best engineers in the world. R&D in reverse engineering modern storage devices is a necessity to understand the architecture behind your failed media or broken RAID array and how to properly move forward with the recovery attempt. To maximize the odds of success for the recovery attempt, please do not tamper with your failed hard drive or storage media. Do not attempt at rebuilding a failed RAID array or replacing multiple disks at once. This includes continuously powering on a clicking or failing hard drive, running software recovery programs on failed drives, opening your drive outside of a clean room, or following YouTube tricks and videos. Flash NAND (SSD) degrades over time and spinning hard drives can become destroyed from platter damage caused from tampering.
Whether your RAID 5 server failed containing your database or your local NAS storage went down, Tri-State Data Recovery is your best choice at advanced RAID data recovery services!
Tri-State Data Recovery uses the most advanced techniques with European technology to perform chip off data recovery on NAND based media, i.e.- usb flash drives, SSD or SD cards.