- 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.
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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.
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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!
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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.
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Data Recovery Croydon
Croydon is situated in Southern London. It’s a large commercial district outside Central London and 9.5 miles south of Charing Cross.
Croydon has a diverse shopping district and nighttime economy. It was merged with Greater London in 1965.
Croydon was formerly part of Wallington in Surrey County. It wasn’t until the Middle Ages that Croydon expanded to become a market town and centre for leather tanning, charcoal production, and brewing.
It was in 1803 that the world's first public railway opened in the area. It ran from Croydon to Wandsworth and was run by the Surrey Iron Railway.
The Whitgift Centre, which was the largest shopping centre in London until 2008, is located in Croydon.
Croydon serves as a transport link between central London and England’s south coast.
With frequent fast services to Brighton, Central London, and the south coast, East Croydon is a major hub of the national railway transport system. The area is distinct from others in Greater London because of its unique Tramlink light rail transport system.
Croydon’s Police Station is located in Park Lane on the other side of the Croydon Flyover. It is managed by the Metropolitan Police.
Croydon’s statutory fire and rescue service is the London Fire Brigade. Their fire station with two pumping appliances is located in Old Town.
The closest hospital in Croydon is Croydon University Hospital, located in Thornton Heath. This hospital was called Mayday Hospital between 1923 and 2010.
Not far from south of Croydon is a route for transport from London to the south coast that passes through a small gap in the North Downs. Before the A23 Purley Way was built to the west, the London to Brighton road passed through the town on North End.
Croydon Airport became active on the 29th March, 1920 and was used for defence in World War I. The airport is no longer operational but the name "Croydon Airport" is still used as a bus stop designation and landmark.
Croydon College is one of the major educational facilities in the area and is located near East Croydon Station with its main site on Park Lane and College Road.
Queen Elizabeth II launched the Croydon Clocktower in 1994 as an arts venue featuring a library.
Some of the most notable buildings in Croydon include the Nestlé Tower, and Croydon Council's headquarters Taberner House.
According to the 2011 census, Croydon was the most populated borough in Greater London with a population of 363,378. Estimated population in 2017 was around 384,800 with 186,900 of the population being male and 197,900 being female. The area has a population density of 4,448 inhabitants per km².
There are 14 libraries in Croydon. The popular ones are Ashburton Library, South Norwood Library, Selsdon Library, New Addington Library, Shirley Library, Upper Norwood Library (which is shared with the Borough of Lambeth), Broad Green, Sanderstead Library, Coulsdon Library, Purley Library, Bradmore Green Library, and Croydon Central Library.
The headquarters of the Home Office’s UK Visas and Immigration department is situated in Lunar House, Central Croydon.
The Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB, Direct Line, Merrill Lynch and Balfour Beatty all have offices in Croydon.
Wards in Croydon
- Addiscombe East
- Addiscombe West
- Bensham Manor
- Broad Green
- Coulsdon Town
- Crystal Palace and Upper Norwood
- New Addington North
- New Addington South
- Norbury and Pollards Hill
- Norbury Park
- Old Coulsdon
- Park Hill and Whitgift
- Purley and Woodcote
- Purley Oaks and Riddlesdown
- Selsdon and Addington Village
- Selsdon Vale and Forestdale
- Shirley North
- Shirley South
- South Croydon
- South Norwood
- Thornton Heath
- West Thornton