- Fixed pricing on recovery (You know what you are paying - no nasty surprises).
- Quick recovery turnaround at no extra cost. (Our average recovery time is 2 days).
- Memory card chip reading services (1st in the UK to offer this service).
- Raid recoding service (Specialist service for our business customers who have suffered a failed server rebuild).
- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
- Strict Non-disclosure privacy and security is 100% guaranteed.
Recover your critical data
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Advanced Data Recovery have been at the forefront of Computer Data Storage Data Recovery for over 20 years. Specialising in Hard Drives, Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and Raid file recovery, regardless of operating system. Our Engineers have been providing high quality, professional laboratory data recovery in London, offering cost effective and professional solutions to a variety of problems, both private and commercial.
Data Recovery in London
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If you need help with retrieving deleted, lost, corrupted, inaccessible or damaged file data from any storage media, hard drive (HDD or SSD) or USB device, contact us for a free quote. We can recover your data in most circumstances and move your valuable files to back up media. We have a high success rate with data recovery from virus attacks where data can be encrypted or hidden. No fix - No fee!
Nationwide centres in 33 places
Recovery Centres within your vicinity
We have 33 data recovery centres across the UK for your convenience. These are located in Birmingham, Cambridge, London, Guildford, Leeds, Bristol, Manchester, Maidenhead, Plymouth, Swansea, Newcastle, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Southampton, Leicester, Peterborough, Hull, Exeter, Liverpool, Coventry, Cardiff, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Nottingham, York, Swindon, Belfast, Sheffield, Staines, Aberdeen, Reading and Brighton.
Step 1 Turn Off Your Device
In the event of a hardware failure our recommendation is that you power down your device to ensure that there is no further damage caused which may impede the data recovery process.
Step 2 Don't Attempt DIY Recovery
We strongly advise against running third-party recovery software or disk utilities as these can often make an already difficult problem much worse.
Step 3 Call 0203 0868633
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Data Recovery Brent
Brent is located within the region of North West London and forms part of Outer London. It is also part of the ceremonial county of Greater London.
Brent was created on the 1st of April 1965. It was formed from a combination of the former Municipal Borough of Willesden of Middlesex and the Municipal Borough of Wembley.
The current Mayor of Brent is Bhagwanji Chonan and the local authority is Brent London Borough Council.
The area’s total land size is 43.24 km2 (16.70 sq mi).
As of mid-2017, Brent had an estimated population of 329,100.
Brent’s area code is 020 and the official website for the borough is www.brent.gov.uk
Major areas in Brent consist of Willesden, Harlesden, Wembley, Kilburn, and Neasden.
Brent is bordered by Barnet to the northeast, Harrow to the northwest, Westminster to the southeast, Camden to the east, and Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea to the south.
The eastern border of Brent mainly consists of the Roman road Watling Street, also referred to as the modern A5.
Brent is made up of three parliamentary constituencies: Brent Central, Hampstead and Kilburn, and Brent North.
Prior to the 2010 UK general election, Brent was divided into three constituencies that were all contained strictly within the borough. These constituencies were Brent North, Brent South, and Brent East.
Brent’s major landmarks include Wembley Stadium, Neasden Temple, Brent Civic Centre, Jubilee Clock Harlesden, Wembley Arena, and Shree Swaminarayan Temple in Kingsbury.
The borough’s name was derived from the River Brent which runs through it.
The head office of Diageo is located in Park Royal, Brent, on a property formerly owned by Guinness Brewery.
Some of Brent’s major parks and open spaces include Roe Green Park, Tiverton Green, Gladstone Park, Queen's Park. Maybank Open Space, King Edward VI Park, Roundwood Park, Barham Park, and One Tree Hill Park.
Brent consists of 21 electoral wards. Some of the wards include Fryent, Barnhill, Dudden Hill, Mapesbury and Welsh Harp.
There is an election every four years for the Brent London Borough Council. The borough currently has 63 councillors elected during each election.
Brent is rich in diversity with its demographic consisting of a large number of individuals with Black African, Black Caribbean, Asian and Indian, Irish, and Eastern European roots.
According to the UK’s 2001 Census, Brent had a population of 263,464. Of this number, 135,658 were female and 127,806 were male. In the same census, 47.71% of the population indicated that they were Christian, 12.26% idenified as Muslim, 17.71% as Hindu, and 10% associated with no religion. A 2011 census indicated slight changes with 41.5% identifying as Christian, 17.8% Hindu, 18.6% Muslim, and 10.6% with no religion.
Brent has three fire stations, namely Wembley, Park Royal, and Willesden.
Some of Brent’s famous residents include Riz Ahmed in Wembley, Laura Aikman in Brent, Lily Allen in Kensal Green, Doc Brown in Willesden, Jay Sean in Harlesden, Graham Cole in Willesden, Diana Churchill in Wembley, Daniel Craig in Queen's Park, Thandie Newton and Rita Ora in Kensal Green.
Wards in Brent
- Brondesbury Park
- Dollis Hill
- Dudden Hill
- Kensal Green
- Northwick Park
- Queens Park
- Welsh Harp
- Wembley Central
- Willesden Green