Nashville, Tennessee Data Recovery - Hard Drive Data Recovery & RAID Recovery Experts!
Crashed, clicking, failed hard drives - RAID, Laptops,
Servers, PCs and Mac
For Data Recovery Services in Nashville, Call 615.678.0477
ADR Data Recovery in Nashville, Tennessee, specializes in recovering data from crashed hard drives, multiple RAID drive failure, offline RAID arrays, laptop hard drives, desktops and servers.
Our hard drive data recovery services can save your company and even your job when mission critical data is on the line from hard drive failure, RAID failure, software corruption, and human error (accidentally deleting files or formatting a hard drive).
For Since 1997, ADR Data Recovery has been recovering files and crucial business data from crashed, clicking hard drives and unbootable computers. Nashville hard drive data recovery, server and RAID recovery for businesses, government agencies, students and home users... in Nashville and across the United States.
When disasters like flooding, hurricane, lightning or fire strike, our data recovery engineers can be counted on to get your company data back online fast! If necessary, an emergency data recovery engineer can be dispatched to your location to expedite the recovery process and keep your data safe.
Protect your data and your equipment from further damage. Please turn off your system and write down the symptoms you are experiencing. For example, a hard drive making a clicking sound, RAID drives in degraded mode, RAID controller failure, empty containers, volume not mounting or recognized, a BIOS error, or multiple hard drive failure.
You are welcome to bring your hard drives and storage devices to our Nashville data recovery service center or we will schedule a pick up at your location. Emergency data recovery services are available when you need your data now.
- Free - Diagnosis at our Nashville service center!
- Typical turn around time: 7 to 10 business days
- Emergency service is available for time-critical situations
- Your recovered data is returned on a new external USB hard drive.
- In most cases your data can be recovered