If you’ve lost digital data of just about any filetype, New Orleans is home to multiple data recovery services that can help you get it back.
Read on to find contact information for those local New Orleans data recovery businesses and for information about a digital alternative that may be preferable for some users.
Contacts of Data Recovery Services in New Orleans
The following list contains contact information for New Orleans area professional data recovery companies that can help you retrieve files from just about any storage device. Each certified service location on the list will be able to help you.
Type of Recovery Services
Any of the companies listed above can help you restore missing files from just about any device you might have data stored on, whether that be a hard drive, solid-state drive, PC, Mac, SD card, or RAID setup. The biggest factor for success will be the company’s ability to secure the files, which will be determined by the accessibility of the storage device.
If your storage device is badly broken, even the best data recovery service may be unable to get your files back. The point of irretrievability might be much further away than you realize, however, as data recovery professionals have ways to access memory even on devices that have failed to start up for average users.
Recovery Software for Failed Data
In addition to the data recovery centers listed above, there is an online software alternative that can help you get your missing data back. Many people prefer this alternative, especially in the case of an emergency, because it’s easy to access and performs the same function that a center would. It works with every file type, including the raw photo images used by all the major camera companies.
The software is named Disk Drill. It’s free to download and works on both Mac and Windows (Windows users also get 500 MB of free data recovery). Disk Drill can be downloaded here.
If your files are on a micro SD or any other kind of memory card, you’ll need to connect a card reader to the computer in which you’ve downloaded the data recovery software. Card readers are generally low-cost and easy to find–you might even have a friend or family member somewhere who has one.