Daves Computers

Computer Repair | Data Recovery | Laptop Repair - Call Dave's

Reach us at:
908-428-9558
415 Amwell Road, Suite 103
Hillsborough NJ 08844
Next to Five Guys Burgers & Fries
Hours Monday-Friday
9:00am-5:00pm

Data Recovery

Common data backup mistakes I bet you’re making

We talk a lot about backups here at Dave’s Computers in New Jersey. They are a cheap and easy way to keep your data safe and stops you needing our expert data recovery services. Rather than waiting for us to recover your data, you could do it yourself and be up and running again in […]

If you perform even a brief search for data recovery software, you will see thousands of returns offering hundred of products at no cost. With all of these options, how can Dave’s Computers charge for data recovery? Why don’t we just use these free programs? There are some very good reasons why not all free […]

Picture the scene, you have just bought a new 1TB hard drive, installed it into your computer, fired it up, formatted it and see that it’s only 0.9TB in size. What happened to the rest? Have you lost data or is the hard drive broken? This is a common question we hear at Dave’s Computers […]

We use SD cards everywhere. In our phones, tablets, digital cameras, Raspberry Pi and other devices with expandable memory. They are cheap, easy to use and can be swapped out in seconds. But can you recover data from one if you accidentally delete or erase it? Yes we can. This is another common issue we […]

With all the talk around data security and encryption, an intriguing question has arisen around data recovery. If you have an encrypted drive that fails, does data recovery work? Can you recover files that have been encrypted by a third party program? The short answer is yes we can. Dave’s Computers in New Jersey does […]

Here at Dave’s Computers in New Jersey, we have an excellent success rate for our data recovery service. We recover the vast majority of files from the majority or drives and causes of data loss. But we can never guarantee recovery until we get a good look at the storage in question. Why not? There […]