Data Recovery Services

Our Quality Service

Ankita Systems provides recovery service on a full range of hard disks and operating systems including IDE, EIDE, SATA, SCSI, SAS ...etc hard disk assemblies all makes and models of Servers, Desktops, Laptops and Notebooks.

Ankita Systems has some of the most skilled experts in the data recovery from the industry and are well versed in all operating systems. Continued education programs are ongoing for all staff members. With a staff of highly skilled programmers and technicians, we are dedicated to insuring that your data is recovered to your satisfaction.

Hard Disk

Data Recovery from SATA, MicroSATA, MiniSATA, SSD, SAS, SCSI, PATA Drives

Digital Storage

Data Recovery from SD / MicroSD Cards, Pen Drives, Compact Flash...etc.

Operating Systems

Data Recovery from Windows, UNIX, Linux, Machintosh, Solaris...etc.

Backup System

Data Recovery from iOMEGA Zip, & Tape Drives

Network / Redundant Storage

Data Recovery from NAS, SAN, RAID 0 / 1 / 5 / 10 Drives

File System

Data Recovery from FAT12 / 16 / 32, NTFS, NTFS5, ReFS, exFAT, HFS/HFS+ (Macintosh), Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4 FS (Linux) & UFS1 / UFS2 (Solaris / FreeBSD / OpenBSD / NetBSD)

Data recovery case which arrives at our labs receives high priority importance because we know and understand them to be a top priority for most organizations. It is a common practice to back up systems to tape drives. They are fast, convenient and are high capacity. However, tapes can fail for the same reasons as other magnetic media.

Ankita Systems has recovered tapes that have become corrupt due to many situations. Our dedicated team of engineers has extensive experience in recovery from all levels of RAID.

Logical Recovery

  • Inaccessible disk or partitions
  • Accidental data or file deletion
  • Boot Failure
  • Virus / Malware attacks
  • Accidental formatting
  • Media Overwritten
  • RAID configuration lost
  • New OS Installation
  • Corrupted database
  • Data corruption
  • File system corruption

Physical Recovery

  • Hard disk Crash / Failure (Hard disk does not detect in BIOS)
  • Intermittent disk failure resulting in RAID degradation
  • BAD sectors
  • Firmware corruption / damage
  • Fire / water damage
  • Surface contamination and damage
  • Mechanical hard disk failure
  • Hard disk surface damage
  • Fire & water damage
  • Or any other mean