Computer Data Recovery

Computer Data Recovery

Computer Data Recovery

No matter what your line of business or even in your home, it’s likely that a computer factors into the picture. While computers were originally intended for commercial and professional use, in the ensuing years since their introduction to the marketplace, they have become an inseparable part of life for many users across the nation. With a wide spectrum of abilities, computers have also become a natural source of data storage, holding information for everything from the most important to the insignificant but still desired.

With many different types of computer on the market and many ways to store data on them, there are just as many ways that data loss can occur. Each one will depend on the specific components of that situation. A trained professional will be able to diagnose not only the root cause of the data loss, but also pinpoint the location from which the loss occurred, making restoration possible and also preventing a problem like that from occurring in the future.

There are many programs which offer the opportunity to fix a computer data loss issue at home, but these should be treated with extreme precaution. Because the most recent action is the action that is most easily traced, the professional should approach the device as soon after the incident has occurred as possible, for best chance of restoring data.

At Data Recovery 47, we service computer data loss stemming from:

-Formatting error

-Virus or malfunction

-Software corruption

-Accidental deletion

-Error messages

-Missing data

-Drops, bumps or physical impact

-Water damage

-And more

Understanding and Preventing Computer Data Loss

Ready for the low-down on computer data loss? The problem often has more to do with the user than the device. You read that right: in more than 60 percent of cases, computer data loss is caused by human error. Accidental deletion and misuse contribute to more issues than malfunction of the device itself.

One easy way to prevent this from happening to you is understanding how your device works by reading the manual and/or receiving a training from a professional, so that you ensure that you always use your device in the way it was intended to be used. You can also – and should – back up all data on a secondary device so that even in the case of data loss or misuse, you are protected from a true emergency situation.

Should I Repair My Computer By Myself?

Computer self-repair programs abound and they seem like a tempting and easy, not to mention affordable, solution to restoring your data. But if you don’t know what you are doing, keep in mind that you may be doing more damage than good by trying to repair your computer yourself.

When a specialist approaches a computer with data loss, they will most often trace back the action on the device to locate the source of the issue. If the device has been tampered with in the interim, it will take them longer to find the problem and in some times, complicate the matter further.

Additionally, because computers present with such a wide range of issues, and data is stored in multiple places throughout the machinery, there is no guarantee that the software will address the particular issue that your computer is experiencing. Only an expert will be able to diagnose the problem and determine where the source of the issue lies, which is instrumental in recovering the lost data.

Did you have a data loss on your computer? Reach out to a Data Recovery 47 specialist today to see how we can help recover your data.