Buffalo Data Recovery

Buffalo Inc. was originally founded as an audio equipment producer in 1981. It is now a North American subsidiary of Melco Holdings Incorporated, based in Japan. Melco was founded in 1986, and produced RAM and flash memory products. Buffalo now produces NAS, desktop and portable storage devices, and was one of the first companies to incorporate USB 3.0 in their products. They have won a plethora of awards since 2004 from CNET, Tech Living, CRN, G4, and many others. In order to keep up with the market, they have also begun to incorporate Thunderbolt technology into their drives.

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Buffalo Products we work with include, but are not limited to:

  • Buffalo DriveStation
  • Buffalo DriveStation Axis
  • Buffalo DriveStation DDR
  • Buffalo DriveStation Mini Thunderbolt SSD
  • Buffalo DriveStation Duo HD
  • Buffalo DriveStation Quad HD
  • Buffalo MiniStation
  • Buffalo MiniStation Extreme Series
  • Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt
  • Buffalo MiniStation DDR
  • Buffalo MiniStation Stealth
  • Buffalo MiniStation Air
  • Buffalo LinkStation & LinkStation Pro Series
  • Buffalo TeraStation & TeraStation Pro Series

Common Problems

Common issues that may occur with Buffalo Products are clicking or ticking noises, burnt PCB (Printed Circuit Board), and broken or stuck read/write heads. They are physical issues and if you feel as though your hard drive is making any unusual noise, turn off the device immediately. Continue to run the device could cause further damage and may result in permanent data loss. The drives can be prone to logical failures as well, acquiring viruses and malware or accidentally deleted files/reformatting.

Why Choose Us?

There are many sites that will tell you that software can be downloaded online to remedy whatever issues you may have. Do not attempt to run these. These programs are not regulated and you’re never entirely sure as to what it is that you’re downloading. The professionals at Platinum Data Recovery have over 15 years of experience rescuing information from crashed or damaged hard drives. Our experts have the technology and resources, including an ISO 5 Class 100 Certified clean room, to open your drive in a safe and secure environment. Don’t put your precious data at risk, call Platinum Data Recovery today!

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Secure Buffalo Data Recovery Services

Buffalo is one of the leading manufacturers of storage media and is known for producing Network Attached Storage (NAS), Surveillance Storage, Desktop Storage, Portable Storage, and more. We offer data recovery service for Buffalo NAS devices- LinkStation, TeraStation/ DAS: DriveStation, MiniStation. Buffalo LinkStation and Buffalo TeraStation are the two types of Buffalo NAS devices. LinkStation comes with a relatively modest capacity range and is better suited for home users. The TeraStation devices, on the other hand, may comprise up to 12 drives which makes it more suitable for businesses. Users may experience data loss if Linux md-raid driver used by Buffalo to manage the RAID gets damaged. As an experienced data recovery company, we have gained sufficient knowledge to handle Buffalo Servers, Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) devices.

For us, your satisfaction and privacy are of utmost importance. When it comes to data loss, we understand the urgency and importance of recovering data from a failed server, network-attached storage or storage area network device. Data loss scenarios can be even more troublesome for companies that may suffer significant downtime. When you choose us, we make sure to keep your business operations fully functional by offering quick data recovery services. We pride ourselves on successfully performing some of the most complex server recoveries.

Universal Studios

“In a short period of time, Platinum was able to recover 100% of my data and I was back in business planning and scheduling my pre-summer projects”

Steve Hamm, Director of Technical Services

Some of Our Certifications

Our experts specialize in the following brands:
Western Digital, Seagate, Hitachi, Toshiba, Lacie, Iomega, G-Tech, Sandisk, Lexar and etc.