Dependable access to your database can be essential for day-to-day business operations. When your database fails, it can cause a major hit to your business. Whether you need recovery help with your SQL variant or a proprietary database application, the experts at Drive Data Recovery are highly qualified and ready to help.
Our fast turnaround time, high success rate, and confidentiality guarantee have made Drive Data Recovery one of the most trusted data recovery companies in the country. Our experts are highly trained in all database recovery techniques, and every Drive Data Recovery facility is equipped with the best in data recovery technology. If your database fails, contact an expert at Drive Data Recovery immediately.
Causes of Database Data Loss & Failure
The first step in recovering your data is determining the cause of your database failure. We are ready to help you from our vast network of locations across the country, and as soon as you contact us, we will begin the free diagnosis process. Once we have identified the cause of your data loss, we can select the best method to recover your data. You will receive a diagnostic report that details the cause and provides an up-front quote on the cost to recover your data and the time required for the recovery process.
Databases can exist across a range of devices and systems, making them susceptible to several forms of failure. While data loss can occur because of a range of issues or accidents, the three fundamental types of damage that cause data loss are logical drive failure, electrical drive failure, and mechanical drive failure.
Logical drive failure, or corruptions to your storage data, can result from disconnecting, unplugging, or interfering with your database while a drive is reading or writing data. This kind of interference can cause corruptions in the data, making some or all of it inaccessible.
Electrical drive failure can put your entire database library at risk. Both faulty devices and damage from power failures or electrical storms can affect your database and cause electrical damage.
Mechanical drive failure, or physical damage, can cause data loss in even the most secure databases. No device is completely safe from physical damage or hardware failure, especially when it comes to storage media.
Types of Databases We Service
Databases are more complicated today than ever before. Extensive database networks provide an array of organized data that would have been impossible for businesses in the past. We offer database recovery services for many database types and formats, including:
- Microsoft Access
What to Do if Your Database Fails
While a failing database can be a disaster, our experts are here to solve your data recovery problems. If you can’t access your database or your data appears corrupted, don’t delay. Follow these steps immediately to improve your chances at making a full data recovery.
- Safely disconnect from your database and power it down.
- Remove all cables connected to your device and remove the affected drive, if possible.
- Do not attempt to restore device power or use free data recovery software found on the web. This software often causes greater damage to the device and can make recovery impossible.
- Contact a specialist at Drive Data Recovery to start your free consultation.
Why Choose Drive Data Recovery for Database Recovery?
At Drive Data Recovery, we know that database issues can have a widespread impact on your business. When complex database systems fail, you need the help of a database expert. Businesses across the country rely on Drive Data Recovery for database recovery. Our clients depend on our reliability and high success rate, and our data recovery times are some of the fastest in the U.S. We know the importance of security, which is why we provide a confidentiality guarantee that your data is secure at every step of the data recovery process.
After we receive your device at any of our state of the art facilities, we will provide a free, detailed diagnostic report and quote, usually within 72 hours. Once you have approved the data recovery process, you will receive your private data within 7 to 10 days. We also offer a rush emergency service to our clients for an additional fee.
Contact an expert in database recovery at Drive Data Recovery today.