When it comes to data recovery service, whom you contact first can make the difference between getting your data back or not!

Data RecoveryAt My Data Is Back we have trained data recovery engineers with years of experience rescuing data from crashed hard drives subject to software and hardware issues.

We also have the right specialized hard drive data recovery tools to maximize the likelihood of getting your data back. Crashed hard drives data recovery cases including deleted partitions, formatted drives, deleted files, etc. do not usually required the use of a clean room* during the data recovery process.

Our engineers have extensive knowledge to recover data from all hard drive brands. If your hard drive is making clicking, hissing or other strange noises it has a mechanical problem and must be first repaired in a clean room.

We can also perform data recovery on hard drives that have failed because of fire damage, water damage, and computer sabotage. Hard drives in this condition usually need to go through a clean room to be repaired. After this they go through the data recovery process as outlined in this overview.


Fujistu Data Recovery Hitachi Data Recovery HP Data Recovery IBM Data Recovery


The data recovery professionals at My Data is Back have successfully recovered data from:  Crashed hard drives such as Seagate, Maxtor, Western Digital, IBM, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Iomega, Dell, HP / Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, Sony, Gateway, Lenovo, Compaq, Acer, Asus, Mac / Apple, LaCie hard drives & many others.


iomega Data Recovery Maxtor Data Recovery Samsung Data Recovery Seagate Data Recovery


235 E. Broadway Suite 604
Long Beach, CA 90802



You can depend on the expertise of My Data Is Back to rescue your data from crashed hard drives. Make sure to tell us in the Service Request Form which are the most important files you need to have recovered & the reason your hard drive failed, as this will help the hard drive data recovery expert assigned to your case in deciding the best method to follow during the data recovery process.

Additional information