Hewlett Packard Data Recovery
If you’re looking to restore deleted files from HP Laptops or hard drives, you’ve landed on the right page. At Platinum Data Recovery, we have expertise in the HP data recovery services. Our team can restore your lost documents, emails, videos, photos, and audio clips. We can work with all HP products including HP laptops, SSDs, memory cards, and flash drives. We are proficient in retrieving data from corrupted HP hard disks and external drives. For HP users, we provide risk-free solutions for data loss caused due to accidental deletion, virus attack, data corruption, or formatting. We also make sure to maintain 100% data confidentiality of all customers. Contact today for quick and efficient Hewlett-Packard (HP) data recovery.
HP Products we work with include but are not limited to:
• HP Media Vault Series
• HP Personal Media Drive Series
• HP Pocket Media Drive Series
• HP Smart Storage Series
• HP 3PAR StoreServ Series
• HP StoreEasy Series
• HP EVA Series
• HP StoreOnce Series
• HP StoreAll Series
• HP SureStore Series
• HP Flash Drives
• HP Pavilion Series
• HP ProDesk Series
• HP Envy Series
• HP ChromeBox Series
• HP Omen Series
• HP Stream Series
• HP ChromeBook Series
• HP Internal Hard Drive
• HP SSD S700 Internal Solid State Drive
• HP P600 Portable USB 3.1 External SSD
• HP USB Flash Drive X796
• HP v150w Flash Drive
• HP v165w Flash Drive
• HP MX330 Class 10 U3 MicroSDXC Flash Memory Card
• HP MicroSD High Capacity (microSDHC)
The HDDs used in Hewlett-Packard products can fail just like any other company’s. The drives can suffer from logical or physical failures. Logical failures can be initiated by viruses, malware, partitions being deleted or reformatted, or accidental file deletion. If your hard drive is making any clicking, ticking or unusual noises, turn off the device immediately. Continuing to run it could possibly cause damage to the platters and further data loss. Occasionally the drives themselves will simply not show on the computer or will power on and remain silent. We recommend powering down the device and calling us immediately.
Why Choose Us?
Whether it’s strange noises or an accidental fall, the experts at Platinum Data Recovery are here for you! We have over 15 years of experience working with Hewlett-Packard’s hard disk and solid-state drives. We have a certified ISO 5 Class 100 cleanroom on-site, meaning we can open your drive in a safe and secure environment. Our engineers developed the most advanced processes in the industry, and have even created our own software programs to extract data from any device. We ensure that you will receive the service and care necessary to provide a fast, efficient and cheap solution with the highest attention and customer care. Don’t hesitate with your precious data. Call Platinum Data Recovery now!
HP Data Loss
Are you looking for data recovery services for HP Computers, Servers and Storage devices? HP devices are used by millions of individual users, as well as business to make their daily lives easier. HP enterprise-class laptops, Chromebooks and tablets are trusted by users for safely storing tons of precious information. But often due to physical damage or logical error, HP devices may experience data loss. If you’re unable to access data stored on HP media devices, we are equipped with the most advanced technology for data recovery. Experts at Platinum Data Recovery can retrieve data from your faulty hard drive, USB thumb drive, flash drives (such as SDcard, microSD, and Compact Drive), failed desktop and laptop, under any data loss scenario.
Besides storage devices, HP also produces various hardware such as printers, scanners, digital cameras, Workstation Computers, and computers for home and small-business use. Platinum Data Recovery offers world-class HP Data Recovery Services to users when their data gets deleted, corrupted, formatted from HP laptop, desktop, SD card, or flash drive. We are equipped with the most advanced technology for data recovery and guarantee, security, and confidentiality of your valuable data. Whatever are the causes of HP device failure, we can help recover your data!
HP Data Loss FAQs
Is it safe to use the HP memory card for saving my photographs?
Hewlett-Packard products are one of the most reliable and popular for storing data. The company provides numerous efficient storage solutions, including micro SD cards. If you’re looking for high durability and reliability, the HP micro SD card can be the right choice. These memory cards are easy to use and install. HP memory cards come with good storage options and high transfer speed. These memory cards are safe for storing photos, however, if your files are valuable then make sure to keep a backup on additional storage media.
What are the typical causes of data loss?
Whether you’re using HP Flash Drive or any other brand’s storage device, it’s possible to lose data due to one or more of the following reasons- electro-mechanical failure, malware or virus, data corruption, natural disaster or human error. Human errors such as accidental formatting/partitioning of a drive, accidental deletion of files, or dropping/bumping a drive are some of the most common causes of data loss. In the majority of these cases, data is not lost permanently but simply becomes inaccessible to you.
How can I prevent future data loss from HP storage media?
When it comes to protecting your valuable data on any media, including HP devices, you need to do two things- ensure safe usage of the device and take regular backups. It’s important to safely handle your storage media to protect it from physical damage and other threats. However, backing up your data is the most crucial step in preventing data loss. It’s best to keep copies of your data on multiple devices at different locations.
HP was founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in Bill’s garage in 1939. To decide on whose name came first, a coin was tossed and Hewlett-Packard was born. Their first fruitful product was a precision audio oscillator, eight of which were purchased by one of their earliest customers: Walt Disney Productions.
For a short period of time, HP became partners with Sony and Yokogawa Electric. Unfortunately, the products were too costly to build, and HP purchased Yokogawa’s share in the ’90s. They also ventured into digital equipment, creating the company Dynac to handle the production, but by 1959 it had been absorbed back into HP. In 1966, they finally dove into the computer market with a series of minicomputers. They continued to produce the series for the next 20 years, and they were a precursor to the desktop and business computer of the company today. While they had not originally been much of a contender in the computer world, in sales they later surpassed IBM as the largest technology vendor. They had an opportunity earlier when the co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, worked at the company. When he had first designed the Apple 1, he had offered it to them, but it was not taken up as they wanted to remain in industrial, scientific and business markets.
In 1984, their inkjet and laser printers made their debut and became very successful products. In the 1990s, they decided to expand their computer line for consumers. In 2002, HP merged with Compaq, and in 2004 they released the HP Pavilion. The goal from that point was to focus on personal computers and they quickly employed viral marketing strategies and celebrities to further the campaign. Throughout the 2000’s they acquired many companies such as Electronic Data Systems, 3Com, Palm, and Tandem Computers & Digital Equipment Corporations (via their merge with Compaq). In 2011, their first tablet was released: the HP TouchPad. Though due to internal workings of the company, stocks began to drop; taking a harsher turn when they announced they were discontinuing their webOS devices. In 2014, HP announced they would be separating into two companies; one for personal computers and another for their technology services.