Wildfire Data Recovery performs hard drive data recovery from any system, any make, any model, brand or operating system. We always push to be the and remain in the forefront of data recovery R & D and hire the best people that embody the values we hold. WDR has been performing successful data recoveries for almost 5 years and our data recovery engineers have over 30 years of combined experience and are able to customize data recovery solutions to overcome your loss.
success rate of recovery 91%
(average score from 7,987 recoveries)
Our transparent service means you only pay if we can recover your data.
We can get your data back. We understand that no two recoveries are the same, whether it's the nature, severity or circumstance of the data loss.
It can happen very quickly; images, contact details, videos and important personal documents can be accidentally deleted at the push of a button.
Errors resulting from moving files
Partially overwritten files
Reformatting SD cards or USBs
Fire, water, or other physical damage
Damaged files due to storage failure
Viruses, Ransomware, Malware etc.
Every data loss is unique, but we have the ability to customize our service to meet all customer needs.
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We routinely recover inaccessible emails, texts, photos, contacts, videos and any other data types from hard drive devices that have suffered file system corruption, physical damage, file deletion, liquid or fire damage. We can recover data from a wide range and entire lines of products, including the latest models.
OUR RECOVERY "SUCCESS"
What’s your success rate? It’s one of the most common questions a data recovery company will be asked.
Unfortunately data recovery is not a regulated industry so there are many interpretations of ‘success rate’ and a huge number of varying claims.
Some companies define ’success’ as the ability to read any amount of data from your failed drive (which may not contain any useful data), and others will exclude unrecoverable cases from their statistics. When it comes to data recovery, every case is unique and while many customers will enjoy a full recovery, some are inevitably unrecoverable.
What do you do when your hard drive isn't detected
Provided and created by Ontrack, this video explains what to do in the case of logical and mechanical hard drive failures. For logical issues you can try our data recovery software. For mechanical issues you will need the help of a cleanroom engineer to recover the data.
COMMON CAUSES FOR DATA LOSS
There are numerous warning signs of a failing hard drive. You may be able to identify them even before you lose your data. These are some of the most common:
Recurring computer freezing or crashing
Disappearing or inaccessible data
Hard drive underperforming
Boot freezing or disk errors
Abnormal heating or noises.