NTFS Data Recovery
NTFS, or New Technology File System, is a local file system developed by Microsoft for hard drives running Windows. When NTFS was introduced in 1993, it offered several improvements in performance and reliability over competing file systems like FAT (File Allocation Table) and HPFS (High-Performance File System). However, NTFS still has limitations, and no drive is completely safe from data loss. When you need help recovering your Windows data, trust the experts at Drive Data Recovery.
Drive Data Recovery is a leading data recovery provider for NTFS data on any Windows device. Our high success rate, efficient turnaround times, and confidentiality guarantee have made us one of the most trusted data recovery companies in the country. If your Windows device fails, the qualified experts at Drive Data Recovery can help recover your data.
Causes of NTFS Data Loss
Identifying the cause of your data loss is the first step our experts take during the free diagnosis of your device. Once we have identified the cause, 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.
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 occur when you mishandle your device while in use. Shutting down or unplugging your device while the hard drive is running can cause logical damage.
Electrical drive failure due to electrical surges can damage any storage device. Faulty hardware, power outages, and lightning strikes can cause electrical damage without your knowledge.
Mechanical drive failure, or physical damage, can cause data loss on any hard drive. Because hard drives contain moving parts, they are particularly susceptible to mechanical damage.
Devices Commonly Formatted in NTFS
When your Microsoft system data is at risk, you need a data recovery company that stays current with NTFS software and devices. Our qualified specialists can recover your data from any NTFS formatted storage device, including:
- Hard Disk Drives (HDDs)
- Solid-State Drives (SSDs)
- USB Drives
What to Do if Your NTFS Device Fails
If your device breaks or you realize your data is missing, Drive Data Recovery is here to help. If you cannot access data on your NTFS device, follow these steps immediately to improve your chances of fully recovering your data:
- Safely turn off the device containing your NTFS drive by holding down the power button.
- Remove all cables connected to your database and remove the 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 NTFS Data Recovery?
Despite the reliability of the NTFS format, no media is completely safe from failure. The experts at Drive Data Recovery are familiar with multiple data storage formats and can recover data from any device. We understand the importance of information security, which is why Drive Data Recovery offers an industry-leading confidentiality guarantee to keep your data secure at every step of the data recovery process. Our state of the art equipment, high success rate, and expertise in Windows devices have made us one of the top data recovery companies in the country.
As soon as we receive your device at any of our facilities, we will begin our free diagnosis process. You will receive a detailed diagnostic report and quote for your device, 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.
Don’t wait. Contact a Drive Data Recovery expert to start your free consultation today.