Specialized, , digital forensic investigations, incident response and from almost all types of digital data storage devices and locations including working, and non-working servers, NAS and RAID volumes, personal computer (PC) and laptop hard disk drives (HDD), external hard drives, solid-state drives (SSD), mobile devices (smartphones, mobile phones tablets, PDA's and cellular phones), backup tapes (tape cartridges), CDs and DVDs, memory sticks (flash drives), SD cards, the surface web and the dark web.
This includes data recovery and digital forensics from dropped, fire, water and power-surge damaged, corrupted, formatted, virus infected, hacked and password-protected storage devices.
If your hard drive is working, but you cannot access some or all of your files, then it is likely to be experiencing a logical failure. This could be due to a lost partition or accidental reformatting of the drive.
Common logical data loss issues include file deletion, corruption, or file directory damage from a virus or malicious program.