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Data Recovery Services

DataExpert Laboratory is equipped with multiple digital forensics tools and a Class 100 Cleanroom. More than ordinary data recovery, forensics technique could dig deeper and scan hidden areas of the media, uncover hidden or deleted files, vastly improves the chance of success. 

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Our advantages

ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified

Class 100 Cleanroom

Chip-off data recovery for severe damage

Recovery for different types of media, OS and file

Types of Failures


Logical Failure

- Delete files wrongly
- Boot failure
- Data loss due to formatting/OS upgrade
- Database failure
- Unusual encryption

Physical Failure

- Wear and tear of parts
- Collision
- Flooding
- Fire

* Open case checking or chip-off data
recovery may be needed


Class 100 Cleanroom

As to maximum the chance of recovering your data, DataExpert is beware on every step may affect the possibility of data recovery.
The contaminants in the air can cause physical media damage and destroy the data if the hard disk open in normal surrounding. Therefore, DataExpert setup a Class 100 Cleanroom which ensures the air contains no more than 100 dust particles per cubic foot to prevent the physical damage.


Chip-Off Data Recovery

For the severe damage, we need to remove the chips from the failed devices and read the chip contents by flash data recovery tools.

Work Desk

Service Scope


■ Hard drive, micro drive, RAID, NAS, SAN, etc
■ CD/DVD/Blue ray optical disc
■ PC, tablet, cellphone, smartphone
■ SSD drive, CF, SD card, Mico SD, MS, USB drives

■ Magnetic tape (DLT, LTO etc)
■ Digital albums frame, MP3/MP4 player, PDA
■ iMac, Macbook, Powerbook, iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc
■ SyQuest, MO, JAZ, ZIP, floppy diskettes


■ Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10/11
■ Windows 95/98/98SE/ME
■ Mac OS
■ Unix, Linux
■ Novell NetWare
■ All database systems

■ Windows NT/Server2003/Server2008/Server2012
■ DOS/Windows 3.X
■ iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian, etc
■ OS/2


■ Pictures and videos
■ Browsing history
■ Instant messengers
■ Peer-to-peer software
■ System files

■ Emails
■ Mobile applications
■ Office documents
■ Windows registry
■ Encrypted files

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