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Data RecoveryHave a hard drive that is making a weird noise?
Does it just seem to spin and spin and just get worse?
Is there percious memories or years of data on that hard drive?
Is your computer blue screeing often?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these basic questions,
you may need your data recovered
If you continue to run the hard drive after you experience problems
The problems will only get worse, and you are further corrupting data
Both will not end well for you
The quicker we get the malfunctioning drive, the better off your data is
By continuing to run the bad drive, it is furthuring the problem
You will end up with a computer that doesn't work,
and a hard drive that is essentially dead
While it may be classified as dead, we can always take a look at it
It may be something that we have seen before and can do the repair
If not, we would let you know as to not waste youur time
Data TransferAre you getting a new computer and want all your old data?
But don't want to go through the headache and hassle of doing it yourself?
This is something simple and easy that we can do for you
Ensuring that the computer feels like the last one you had
With files all in the same location as they were on the old one
And as many of the programs that we can install
Note, that unless you leave the program CD's with us
Or have product code for other softwares you had on your old computer
Not all softwares will appear on the new computer
We transfer data, and most of the time the software setup files are not included in these files
Data BackupIt is always a good idea to make sure that your pictures, videos and documents are safe
The way that you can ensure this is to do Data Backups regularly
While you can do these at your house
We offer an offsite data backup center where we will hold your data incase anything happens to your personal backup
This will give you the piece of mind that your data is always safe
And if anything where to get deleted or corrupted, you have a second copy of it always