Recovering data from all types of DVD
A single layer DVD can store upto 4.7GB of data, and so is a very useful means of doing system backups, as well as a means to store valuable photos and videos. Unfortunately, they do fail sometimes, but often it is only a small piece of damage, but this can make reading the DVD in a PC impossible, so all data is apparently lost.
CnW Recovery have developed powerful tools to overcome this type of problem, and for a fixed fee of £40.00 (£60 for dual layer which are still fairly rare as the blanks are expensive) will recover your data and return a working DVD with all, or most of your original files restored. Just send us the disk.
Many DVDs are written as UDF (Universal Disk Format) which has features such as being able to delete, or modify files on a read only disk. If this clever updating (using virtual sector addresses) goes wrong, the data on the disk can be left unrecoverable by a standard PC. CnW have worked on programs to enable all files, from all sessions to be recovered.
Failures can occur when a disk has not finished writing correctly. Unfortunately, the user may not have verified the disk, and is left with what is thought to be a good disk, but is infact unreadable. Although the unwritten can never be recovered, CnW Recovery can recover all files that have been written before the writing problem happened.
Video disks and mini DVDs have their own problems. A typical issue can be due to the disk not being fully written before being removed from the camera. Although the camera can sometimes still read it, nothing else will. CnW do have a solution for this. Also, due to regular handling of a disk, grubby finger prints can build up causing read problems. The CnW recovery routines will read the disks and reconstruct the relevant index files required for viewing the video on a standard player. If required, we can also supply the ‘raw’ mpeg files that can be processed by many standard video software packages. CnW recovery software can also be used to ‘do it yourself’ recovery click here for details mini_dvd.html
We can handle errors such as Sony C:13:02 and recover the data
Quick Erased DVD-RW
It is possible to accidentally erase a DVD-RW. The disk then looks like a new blank disk. As long as nothing else has been written to the disk, CnW can recover all files that were on the disk. Quick erased DVD+RW are actually much simpler and can also be recovered but very few companies can work with DVD-RW damaged in this way. The price remains at £35, including world wide return postage. The success is extremely high and the video is returned on a new DVD-R disk. No fix, no fee policy always applies. Payment can be accepted via PayPal which is often useful for overseas customers
DVD-RAM is rarely seen these days. One example seen recently was actually a FAT32 format using the DVD-RAM disk. This could no longer be read, but CnW Recovery have the tools to access the disk and hence recover the data.
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