- 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
Contact our friendly and professional staff for a diagnosis. or
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Data Recovery Camden
Camden is regarded as the sixth-most heavily populated district in the UK with 11,627 people per km².
As of 2015, the population of Camden was 241,059. By mid-2017, the population was estimated at 253,400.
Camden is located in North West London and is a part of Inner London.
Camden was formed in 1965 from Hampstead, Holborn, and St Pancras metropolitan boroughs. The area got its name from Charles Pratt who was the 1st Earl Camden.
There are four fire stations in Camden, namely Belsize, West Hampstead, Euston and Kentish Town, and they are all operated by the London Fire Brigade.
The Metropolitan Police Service is responsible for Camden’s policing and there are two police stations in the area; one in Holborn and another in Kentish Town.
Santander UK and Atlantic Books have their head office in Camden.
Camden is popular for its street markets, some of which have been in existence since the 1970's and earlier. Some of the more popular markets include Camden Lock Market, Buck Street Market, and Stables Market.
Some of the biggest attractions in Camden include Bloomsbury Theatre, Dominion Theatre, Drama Centre London, BT Tower, Camden Arts Centre, Highgate Cemetery, Jewish Museum London, Keats' House, Freud Museum, Grant Museum of Zoology, Camden Catacombs, Dickens House, Foundling Museum, Hampstead Heath, Parliament Hill Lido, Phoenix Garden, The Roundhouse, Shaftesbury Theatre, London Zoo, London Astoria, Electric Ballroom, and Primrose Hill.
Camden south is situated in the Central Activities Zone and consists of Bloomsbury, Holborn, and King's Cross. Camden north includes Hampstead, Hampstead Heath and Kentish Town.
Camden is bordered by City of London and City of Westminster to the south, Barnet and Haringey to the north, Brent to the west, and Islington to the east.
Camden Town Hall can be found on Judd Street in St Pancras.
The current Mayor of Camden is Councillor Jenny Headlam-Wells.
Camden’s total land size amounts to about 21.8 km2 (8.4 sq mi).
Camden’s official website is www.camden.gov.uk
The former Camden Town market was demolished in 2015. This was done to create additional space for the Hawley Wharf redevelopment project.
Camden is a major hub for London Buses. Parts of the A400 (Camden Street and Camden High Street) and A503 (Camden Road) are red routes. This means vehicles are not allowed to stop on these routes for any reason.
The Camden Town Tube Station is close to many of the area’s attraction, including the markets. It also serves as a crucial interchange station for the Edgware, High Barnet, Bank, and Charing Cross Northern line branches.
London Underground services in Camden are handled by the Hammersmith & City, Circle, Central, Metropolitan, Northern, Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. Other stations in Camden include Euston, Warren Street, Euston Square, Tottenham Court Road Station, Goodge Street, Russell Square, Holborn, Mornington Crescent, Chancery Lane, Chalk Farm, Camden Town, Hampstead, Belsize Park, Finchley Road, Swiss Cottage, West Hampstead, and Kentish Town.
Wards in Camden
- Camden Town with Primrose Hill
- Fortune Green
- Frognal & Fitzjohns
- Gospel Oak
- Hampstead Town
- Holborn & Covent Garden
- Kentish Town
- King's Cross
- Regent's Park
- St Pancras & Somers Town
- Swiss Cottage
- West Hampstead