Data Recovery price examples - Only Students & Private persons
Aurora provides, in special cases, price reduction for students under 25 years.
The student must be a full-time student and have a CSN card.
We also offer part - payment.
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Category A: Human error problems on functioning hard disk *.
The average cost for data recovery with simple problems such as accidental deletion, formatting, some file system problems and, in some cases, even light damage to the media surface, usually lies between:
95 - 950 euro which equals to about 1 - 8 hours of teamwork.
Category B: Hard disk krasch.
More advanced cases such as recovery of overwritten data and many cases that require access to clean room facilities (such as read head exchange or cleaning and polishing of the media surface) usually cost between:
660 - 940 euro, which equals to about 7 - 10 hours of teamwork
Category C: Serious disk drive crash.
Very advanced cases including hard disk motor exchange and severe media surface damage, requiring access to a clean room OR recovery of data from encrypted disk drives usually cost between: 660 - 1.400 euro, which equals to about 2 - 3 days of teamwork.
Category D: RAID. Several hard drives in an external kassett
Cost for data recovery from RAID Array can vary considerably depending on several factors:
Number of drives in the RAID Array.
Reliable RAID installation documentation.
Type of RAID Array and hard drive interface.
Storage capacity of the drives.
File system used in the RAID.
Eventual extent of physical damage.
Extent of program technical problems.
Estimated Time: 1-3 days of group work with two smaller disks with logical damage.
That would correspond to about 5 600 kr - 12 000 kr.
Estimated Time: 4-6 days of group work with four large hard disks with physical damage.
That would correspond to about 12 000 kr - 16 000 kr.
The cost of Raid Recovery can vary due to a number of factors, so we recommend you to always call us for free advice.
Previous unsuccessful recovery attempts can have a very big impact on cost and rate of success.