Typhoon Ondoy with international name Tropical Storm Kestana caused a lot of damage in Metro Manila and most parts of the National Capital Region (NCR) and parts of Region 4-A.
There have been 60 people dead as of press time and the estimate cost of property loss has not been accounted for yet. Home and office computers and laptops are among the severely damaged properties and we wanted to know is there a way to recover water damaged computer or laptop hard drives or memory.
Yes there is a way, but only a professional, experienced and reliable hard drive recovery specialist can do this. To be able to retrieve critical data such as financial reports, vital office documents or priceless pictures a hard drive recovery is needed.
You can contact Adroit Data Recovery Centre (ADRC) Pte Ltd that is located in Singapore and Malaysia. They are a data recovery expert established since 1998 and they recover data for customers from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Brunei and Vietnam. You can call them at (65) 6773 9279 or (65) 6773 9277. Or you can have an estimate of your computer damage online . They will make an assessment in 24 hours and they can complete the job in 1-3 days.
They provide full data recovery solution for any damaged data media, especially those that are water damaged. They provide data recovery for had disk drive among other and is capable of recovering any data from all kinds of failed data media under any situations and regardless of operating system.
Beside data recovery services, they also provide computer forensic investigation services that can help in investigation and establishment of facts needed for legal proceedings via series of proven and approved methodology.
So don’t panic, you can still save all the documents, photos and other important data stored in your water damaged computer.
To have safe and absolute recovery for your significant data from water damaged hard drive and prevent further data loss, here are few tips to help you:
- Remove your computer from water and do not switch it on because it may cause short circuit.
- Never try to dry or heat the hard drive. When flooding takes place, dirt and some other debris may enter into your computer and by attempting to remove water from drive may accidental scratch the platters.
- Never open the drive in general environment.
- Take your hard drive and pack it in airtight bag. You should keep the hard drive moist.
- Search for a trustworthy recovery company and send your hard drive to it.