Removable Media Recovery
Data loss From External hard disk? Data lost from usb hard disk? Need data Recovery from External hard disk / HDD? Need Data Recovery From usb hard disk? We are Specialist in floppy, CD/DVD, Flash Drive, Memory Card, External HDD and Tap Media recovery in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
What is removable media?
Removable media is any type of storage device that can be removed from a computer while the system is running. Examples of removable media include CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray disks, as well as diskettes and USB drives. Removable media makes it easy for a user to move data from one computer to another.
Why Mostly use Removable Media
- Extra Space
- Easy to Use
Tyoe of Removable Media
External Hard disk
External Drive :
An external hard drive is an excellent storage device for pictures, documents, and important business information because they have a high storage capacity and are extremely portable.
They are, however, still a hard drive with moving parts which can be easily damaged by dropping, falling, jarring or jolting. An external hard drive is also susceptible to data corruption, just like the hard drive in your computer.Micronics data recovery services for all makes and models of external hard drives. Our Lab Engineer external hard drive recovery specialists use state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology to ensure the highest recovery rate of your lost data. Where other companies may consider a failed external hard drive unrecoverable, Micronics Data Recovery lab may still be able to recover data thought to be lost.Some external hard drives may actually have multiple drives made up in a RAID configuration. See more about RAID Data Recovery if your drive falls into this category.
External Hard Drive Care
- An external hard drive is very versatile and convenient, therefore most consumers have at least one in their home or office.
- It is important to remember that these are the same hard drives that are inside a computer, and can easily be damaged.
Here are some helpful tips to make sure you don’t suffer a data loss or hard drive crash:
- Always make sure to keep a back up copy of all information stored on your external hard drive.
- These should not be used as a primary storage device.
- Use socked proof Cover when you travel or carry with you
if your drive ask format or display raw paration do not scan by any Recovery Software whether you are not sure it is 100% logical problem or phyisically unstable .it may caused more degraded hdd.
If you external hard drive is knocked over or bumped and starts making a clicking sound, turn it off immediately and do not attempt to hook the drive up to another computer.
Generallly External Hard disk problem as below
- Formatted Disk Recovery
- Hardware Failure Recovery
- Corrupted File Systems Recovery
- Flood Damaged Drives
- Human Error (Deleted)
- Virus Infected Disk Recovery
- Fire Damaged Disk Recovery
Flash Drive Data Recovery
Flash drives and USB thumb drives are extremely convenient ways to transport data from one location to the next. Whether its family photos or a critical business presentation, most consumers use these small devices on a daily basis to hold valuable data. Flash drives and thumb drives are relatively durable, however, they are still microelectronic devices and are susceptible to damage and failure.
Some of the most common causes of flash drive failure:
- Physical damage – This can occur if the USB connection is broken or bent and in the process has caused damage to the board inside the drive’s case. These Flash drives need to be examined in our Class100 Cleanroom in order to recover data from them.
- Data corruption – Data corruption can be caused by viruses, static electricity (can also cause physical damage), operating system failure, software malfunction, and not properly removing the device from a computer.
- Liquid & heat damage – Being extremely small and portable, it is not uncommon for Flash drives to suffer from submersion or excessive heat damage, such as being left in an automobile or direct sunlight.
Micronics® Labs data recovery engineers can recover data from all of the above Flash drives failures and have already seen most scenarios imaginable. Whether your thumb drive was dropped in water, or run over by a lawnmower, we can help retrieve the drive’s contents.
Tips for Protecting Flash Drives
- Do not leave a Flash or USB drive in a computer unattended. It is common to forget the drive is in a computer and it can be kicked, bumped, or bent, resulting in physical damage to the drive.
- Do not expose Flash drives to extreme temperatures, this can cause damage to the electronic components of the drive.
- Always “stop” or “remove” the device from a computer before removing it from the computers USB port—disregarding this step can cause data corruption or deletion.
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Memory Cards Recovery
If you own a digital camera, PDA, smart phone, computer or video game console, you have had experience with so-called memory cards. These small devices can hold a relatively large amount of data for their size. Because they are so small they have been the ideal removable storage device of small digital products like digital cameras.
The reason for data loss in digital media can be accidental deletion of photos, audio files, and data files as well as human errors such as accidental reformatting of the flash memory and removing the card before the device has finished writing data to the media.
Micronics memory card recovery service aims to recover lost data from corrupted, damaged or deleted data recovery from memory card or digital media storage.
Our Engineer Knowledge for Digital Media Storage includes:
- Digital Cameras, PDAs, Compact Flash, Handheld PCs, Printers, Projectors, MP3s, USB Flash Disk, USB Pen Drive, USB Drive.
- USB Memory, Intelligent Stick, iStick, FlashDio, Secure Digital Card, xD Picture Card, Kanguru Micro, Sony Magic Gate Duo
- MDM Card (Mobile Digital Media, PIM Data), Disk On Module (DOM), Cell phone data recovery and Movie Media Card Recovery.
- SD Card(Secure Digital card), MicroSD (TransFlash), SDHC, miniSD card
- MMC card MultiMedia card
- CF card , Compact Flash card, CF Type I, Type II, MicroDrive
- Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Duo, Pro-HG, XC, Micro(M2)
- SmartMedia, flash card recovery
- xD Picture card recovery
Data Recovering from following formats includes:
- Image File Formats – JPG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PCX, PNG, WMF, PSD, RAW
- Data File Formats – DOC, PPT, PDF, XLS, ZIP
- Audio File Formats – MP3, WAV, MIDI
- Video File Formats: MPEG, AVI, MOV, mp4, mts
Micronics Engineer Recover Lost SD Card under All Conditions
Accidental Deletion Events
- Delete — “Shift + Del” key entry (with no prior backup)
- “Delete All” selected in error
- Selected “Delete” instead of “Save”
- Recycle Bin erroneously emptied (and no backup)
Accidental Formatting or Reformat (examples of recoverable events)
- Formatted Media/Device in error
- Initialized target storage when memory card newly connected
- Storage device accidentally formatted
- Factory reset
- Powered off device (camera etc.) during write process
- Card mistakenly used in different cameras
- SD Card removal while device is powered on
Other Recoverable Scenario
- Virus infection
- Unexpected power off
- Lost photos during transferring photos from storage devices to PC/laptop
- File system corruption: camera storage device, hard drive or USB flash drive
Not Detected in Camera or Computer
- Ask for Do you want to format ?
- No Media Show in Disk management in computer
- Detected as 32MB size instead of original size
- Detected and undetected ( unstable condition )
Our knowledge by Manufacturer ( Micronics recover data from )
- Nikon, Canon, Kodak, FujiFilm, Casio, Olympus, Sony, SamSung, Panasonic
- Fuji, Konica-Minolta, HP, Agfa, NEC, Imation, Sanyo, Epson, IBM, Goldstar
- LG, SHARP, Lexar, Mitsubishi, Kyocera, JVC, Leica, Phillips, Toshiba, SanDisk
- Chinon, Ricoh, Hitachi, Pentax, Kinon, Verbatim, Vivitar, Yashica, Argus, Lumix
- Polaroid, Sigma and almost all digital camera bran
This is a removable storage device mainly used for backing up data. The drive acts like a tape recorder, reading data from the computer and writing it on to the tape. Since tape drives have to scan through lots of tape to read small amounts of scattered data. That is why they are used almost exclusively for data backup. The benefit of tape drives is that they typically have large capacities for storing data, for a lower cost than hard drives similar in size. Also, multiple tapes can be used to make incremental backups (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.), which is much cheaper than using multiple hard drives.
As information-technology budgets shrink, low-cost tape storage has become more attractive as a way to manage ever increasing corporate data growth.
Micronics experts recover data faster and more cost-effectively regardless of the circumstances. Utilizing advanced technology and expert techniques, We can recover and repair inaccessible data from any type of tape.
Our expertise in Tape Recovery in situations like:
- Media Errors
- Malicious Damage
- Incomplete Backups
- Overwritten Data
A broken or damaged tape can make it difficult to retrieve important data stored on the device. When your tape fails and you are suddenly without the data you need.
Micronics Lab Engineer is know how much you rely on accessing your media and we aim to make sure that you have access to it at all times.
Tape Data Recovery Services
Micronics Data Recovery Lab offers tape data recovery services for all types of tapes, including:
- LTO formats: LTO1, LTO2, LTO3, LTO4, LTO5
- Super DLT, DLT8000, DLT7000
- DLT II, DLT III, DLT IV, TK50/TK70
- Travan Data Cartridge
- Sony AIT, AIT2 and AIT3
- DC2000 mini data cartridge
- StorageTek 9840, 9940 Series
- Exabyte 8mm 8200, 9500, 9700 .3480, 3490, 3490E
- M2 tape series
Tape Cataloging Services
We provide tape cataloging services to organize and index your un-labeled backup tapes.
If you have stacks of tapes that require sorting, managing and identifying data stored on backup tapes, call us now for more details.
Tape Data Recovery – Causes of Data Loss
There are a number of reasons a tape may become unreliable, many of which are out of your control. Just because there was damage to the tape or taping device does not mean that you should have to suffer the inconvenience of lost data. We can help you retrieve data from tapes with:
Physical Damage: Tapes that are broken, scratched, or have experienced flood or fire damage.
Corrupt Files: Files that have been damaged in a way that makes them irretrievable by the taping device or other computer.
Old software: Old models of tapes that do not function with new software upgrades.
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