APFS Data Recovery

When Apple release the latest version of macOS (named Sierra) in Autumn, it will include the new APFS filesystem. Apple haven’t launched a new FS for a long time, and this filesystem won’t work for bootable disks at first. Eventually Apple will make this the default filesystem across the whole product line, from the iPhone, through to the …

Bitlocker Data Recovery

For the last few years, newer editions of Windows have the ability to encrypt the whole disk with bitlocker. This means far more users are experimenting with encryption. We have seen an increase in recoveries from drives secured with bitlocker. Is Data Recoverable From Bitlocker Drives? In many cases the data is recoverable. It is important …

Windows XP Data Recovery

The news of Microsoft ending support for Windows XP has been well reported. (BBC,The Register, Microsoft) Although much has been written about the potential risks from viruses and hacking, there has been little mention of the data contained on these systems. Windows XP Data The data from a Windows XP machine will still continue working …

Spilt Coffee Data Recovery

Computers and coffee are usually a match made in heaven. There is always a fresh cup near my laptop, but hopefully that’s as close as they ever get. If you’ve spilt coffee on your computer, read on for some advice that could save your data.  Damage limitation Like any other liquid damage, the parts most vulnerable …

Windows PC Data Recovery

Our data recovery service for Microsoft Windows® PCs is the best way to get back your lost data. It doesn’t matter if you’ve lost your personal photos or company spreadsheets, we can help. We’ve been recovering data from PCs since DOS & Windows 3.1, and can get data back from Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, …

Impossible Data Recovery

Our whole business revolves around recovering data, but there are some failures that are just not recoverable. It’s best to know when you’re chasing a lost cause, so I have compiled some info about impossible data recoveries. If you are using a hard drive now and don’t already have a backup then stop reading and …