USB Stick Failure:
USB Sticks can fail for different reasons, cards can have a physical fault such as water damage, parts broken from card, fire damage etc. USB Sticks can also have software damage such as firmware failures, bad sectors, reformatted card, deleted files etc. We have cutting edge technology and the latest chip readers to recover from all types of usb stick failures. Below is some of the common usb stick issues we receive in on a regular basis:
USB Stick Physical Failure:
USB Stick can have physical failures. USB Sticks can break like anything else. USB Sticks contain a small electronic board which contains memory chips that store your data. The electronic board can have problems as well as the memory chips. When this happens we unsolder the memory chips from the electronic board and we have the latest memory chip reading devices to read the data from directly from the memory chips. Other physical problems include water and fire damage and the USB Stick getting a knock or fall and having the end of the usb stick broken off (the usb connector). If you have a physical USB Stick problem we have a solution for you.
USB Stick Electronic Failure:
USB Sticks can have electronic damage. This happens when the electronic board has broken down usually by a power spike. When this happens we have to use the same process as physically damaged USB Sticks and unsolder the memory chips from the electronic board and we have the latest chip reading devices to read the data from directly from the memory chips. If you have an electronic USB Stick problem we have a solution for you.
USB Stick – Deleting Data or Reformatted Card by Mistake:
USB Sticks can often have the data deleted by mistake. Providing no data has been rewritten back to the card after the files are deleted from USB Stick we can recover 100% of the data. Even if data has been rewritten back to USB Stick since files was deleted we can still recover the vast majority of files. Reformatting a USB Stick is another common mistake. We cam recover 100% of the data from a reformatted USB Stick.
USB Stick – Freezing or crashes Computer PC or Mac:
When USB Sticks have read/write issues they can crash PC’s or Mac computers. When this happens the computer can not read the data from the memory chips and freezes the computer. We use the latest imaging devices to image all data form USB Sticks that have this problem.