Has this happened to you? Has your computer hard drive ever taken a nose dive into oblivion? Don’t despair there is hope.
If you have had a computer for any length of time, you probably have had a hard drive failure. In and of itself a hard drive failure isn’t necessarily horrible if you have a good backup. However that is a seriously big IF! Most people intend to do backups, some think they do backups but very few actually do backups. So what if your hard drive crashes and you have no backup?
The other night a friend approached me at my favorite watering hole and told me that her hard drive had died. She was practically distraught in that all of her family photos were on that drive and she had no backup. I pulled out my key chain and read a name and phone number off of my led flashlight. The company I recommended was Drive Savers. Why do you recommend things or services? I make recommendations based on my experiences, sometimes on reviews but most comfortably based on my experiences.
Drive Savers is a hard drive recovery firm. I had a computer business for over 25 years and trust me, we saw a lot of dead hard drives and distraught, un-backed up users. The only company that I found that consistently came through on data recovery is Drive Savers. I have had no contact with them since I sold my computer business but I emailed them to tell them I had given out their name off of the led flashlight they had given me as a marketing tool.
I got a call based on my email and they asked me if I wanted to be an affiliate again. Since I do consulting I do run across folks who have difficulties so I decided to jump on board again. So you will find a banner for Drive Savers on my sidebar. Why?, because based on my experience Drive Savers is the best data recovery firm, period.
Life is complicated enough without getting into hotwater with federal agencies so: TAKE NOTE Many things I review I got at no charge in exchange for an honest review. Consider this as informing you that ALL things I review may have been gotten at no charge. Realistically about 60% but in order to keep things above board just assume that I got the stuff free. Words like, “sponsored,” “promotion,” “paid ad” or even just “ad” are clear ways to disclose that you’re being paid to share information and links so BE AWARE that some of what I write can be described as an AD by the government. BTW I will NEVER say a product is great, super or even acceptable if it isn't whether I got it free or NOT!