USB Stick Recovery

USB Stick Data Recovery

No Fix - No Fee!

Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from USB Sticks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
USB Stick Recovery

Software Fault £149

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault£199

2-3 Days

Critical Service £495

1 Day

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USB Stick Recovery: No Fix No Fee:

With 15 years of vast experience in data recovery industry, our expert can recover your important lost data from USB Sticks. Our experts will help you in the data recovery that might have considered to be lost and securely recover the data.

USB Memory Stick Deterioration:

Just like other storage devices, USB memory stick also degrades with time. Degradation normally occurs if the device has been used for a long time. As it can be carried anywhere, it can face accidental collisions. The EEPROM inside USB stick has a thin layer of oxide, that can whittle down with time. All these factors can damage your USB stick.

USB Stick Failure by Physical Damage:

No matter how well you try to move your USB stick from place to place, at a certain point it will face collision and knock. Too many of knocking can damage the USB stick. Then you can’t access the information saved on it. You can contact us and our expert can recover the data using our latest and updated data recovery software.

USB 2.0 Port Damage in USB Stick:

Without USB 2.0 port, you can’t connect your USB stick to any devices. As long as it working well, you can take it to anywhere and can access the data using any device. Sometimes, a bad connection between the USB adaptors and the pins can lead to the breakdown of USB 2.0 port. We can recover your data from chip using our chip-reading software from such damaged USB sticks.

PC or Laptops Not Recognizing USB Stick:

There are some situations, you may find yourself not being able to access the data on the USB stick. Such situation may occur due to the corruption of file allocation table. This can be caused by the long use of USB stick, power surge, etc. If you have some important data on your USB stick and now you can’t access it, just contact us now and our expert engineers will do their best to retrieve your data.

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