Operating Systems

Operating System Recovery – (800)233-3648

.com specializes in recovering data from all types of data storage device/media. We have access to leading-edge data recovery technology, which allows us to recover data in the fastest and most efficient way. If you have just suffered a loss of access to your hard drive, then the first thing to remember is not to panic! In most cases (in fact over 97% of them), using correct procedures, data can be recovered from inaccessible or defective storage device.

All recovery jobs are treated on an urgent basis and recovery in most cases takes less than 24 hours to complete.

INTEL PLATFORMS
  • Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server with Dynamic file system, NTFS, FAT32, FAT16 file systems using standalone, spanned, striped or fault-tolerant RAID volumes.
  • Windows NT Workstation and Server with NTFS, FAT32, or FAT16 file systems using standalone, spanned, striped or fault-tolerant RAID volumes.
  • Windows 98/95 with FAT32 or FAT16 file systems and long filenames.
  • MS-DOS and variants using 12 or 16 bit FAT file systems.
  • Compressed volume managers including Stacker, DoubleSpace, and DriveSpace.
  • OS/2 with FAT and HPFS file systems.
  • Novell NetWare with FAT and NSS files systems using standalone, spanned, striped or fault-tolerant (RAID) volumes.
UNIX OPERATING SYSTEMS
  • SCO OpenServer and Xenix
  • UnixWare from Novell & SCO
  • Solaris
  • Linux (all distributions)
  • BSDI
  • FreeBSD
  • QNX
NON-INTEL PLATFORMS
  • Apple Macintosh with HFS and HFS+ file systems, including fault-tolerant (RAID) volumes.
  • Solaris on Sun/SPARC workstations including fault-tolerant (RAID) volumes.
  • HP-UX on Hewlett-Packard workstations including LVM volumes.
  • IRIX on SGI workstations.
  • AIX on IBM RS/6000 workstations including LVM volumes