Posts Tagged ‘Mac’

ReMac Recover Deleted Data From X-Serve

Monday, April 27th, 2009

ReMac has recently recovered deleted student data for a sixth form college in Surrey. The deleted illustrator and photoshop files were deleted in the knowledge that the data was backed up onsite. Unfortunately the recent backup had experienced errors and 30GB of student work was lost.

ReMac received a call from the college on Thursday evening following the events of the day with 1 question in mind, can the data be recovered? In many cases ReMac is able to recover deleted data and reassured the college a successful recovery should be achieved.

ReMac collected the X-Serve the same day free of charge and was delivered to our specialist lab facility the following morning. Upon receipt of the X-Serve we made an identical copy (forensic clone) of the hard disk drives to prevent any changes to the original media. Using custom advanced recovery tools ReMac successful recovered the deleted data the same day and returned the recovered data ready for the students return of Monday morning.

The college representative was relieved to hear that ReMac had recovered 100% of the deleted data using our advanced recovery tools. They were suprised to hear the data was successfully recovered as previous attempts were made using ‘off the shelf recovery tools’ to no avail. ReMac do not recommend using free or cheap data recovery software if you wish to recover valuable data.

The college invested in a backup solution following the recovery to prevent necessity for data recovery in the future. For further information about ReMac’s offsite backup solutions please see our Data Backup page.

ReMac provide expert recovery of deleted data from MacBook, PowerMac/iMac, X-Serve/X-RAID, iPhone, iPod and many other Mac products. If you’ve accidentally deleted data from you Mac, contact us on 0845 224 1592 or use our contact form.

MacBook Air Data Recovery

Friday, January 16th, 2009

MacBook Air Data Recovery

The MacBook Air is the third MacBook model that looks similar to the MacBook Pro and other previous silver Mac laptop models however the MacBook Air’s curved edges and tapered shape is unlike anthing seen on Mac laptop. Apple has balanced a full sized keyboard and 13.3″ screen into an exceptionally tin case, inside this slim 1.36kg notebook were looking at a 1.6GHz or 1.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, custom made by Intel to fit into the slim chassis, 2GB of RAM and either an 80GB standard 1.8″ hard disk drive or a 64GB SSD drive.

ReMac’s engineers have been adapting their Mac Data Recovery techniques to Apple’s ever changing hardware line.  We now have full support for all MacBook Pro models. ReMac currently support recovery of the MacBook Air as well as Apple’s entire current product line.  Our services can also help you to recover from the following machines:apple-laptop

  • The Original Core Duo MacBook Pro
  • The Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro
  • The LED Backlit MacBook Pro released in 2007
  • The latest Unibody MacBook Pro notebooks

If you have lost data through accidentally deleting folders, emptying the trash by mistake, or even if your hard drive has failed, suffered an impact or been subject to fire or flood damage, ReMac can recover your lost data, quickly and with the minimum of fuss.

We also offer hard disk drive and laptop data recovery from other Apple laptop computers, including:

  • The MacBook consumer notebook line
  • The Apple PowerBook line
  • All Apple iBook computers

And if Apple releases a new addition to their portable computer line you can be assured that ReMac will follow straight behind with a custom recovery solution!

For a free quotation for recovery of your lost MacBook Air Data contact ReMac now for a free, no obligation consultation, our engineers are on hand from 9am until 10pm to answer any questions you may have about your data loss.  Call us now on 0845 224 1592 or use our online contact form.

Mac Data Recovery

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Mac Data Recovery Services from ReMac

ReMac the Mac Data Recovery experts would like to take this opportunity to wish all a very Happy New Year and all of the best for 2009.

It is that time of year again, the MacWorld expo is only hours away and with it we can expect a whole raft of new product announcements from Apple’s Keynote speech.

Rumours include a new Mac Mini update, iPhone Nano and many more updates to existing products such as the Mac Pro.  With new products likely to arrive, we here at ReMac Mac Data Recovery will be paying very close attention to the proceedings.

It goes without saying that our Mac Recovery service will be updated at the soonest possible time, to include data recovery of all new product announcements.  We will keep you posted as to any developments as and when they occur.

In the meantime, if you have been unfortunate enough to experience data loss on Apple hardware, visit our Mac Recovery home page for all of the information you need to help you to get your data back.

Once again we wish all of our readers the very best for 2009!