Recover Documents from Your Failed Apple Hard Disk – Even If It Seems Completely Dead

Need to retrieve your files from a Mac that has stopped responding? Has your local Genius Bar told you the hard disk is dead and there is nothing they can do? Get professional analysis of your single Apple drive carried out by our Mac-savvy experts. Apple uses third-party drives. These are reliable but we see large numbers of defective drives and salvage files from all kinds of failed hard disks from Macs and Macbooks. We adopt specialised Apple recovery techniques we have developed in-house.

Tierra Recovers Documents From Failed Apple Disks

FREE Courier Collection From Your Door

We will collect your drive for FREE from any UK address, saving you time and money. Analysis for a single drive is just £32.50 ex VAT (£39.00 inc VAT), this is deducted from the cost of recovery.

Fixed Price File retrieval From Your Dead Mac

Call us now on 0845 094 0027 or fill in the contact form to organise collection and analysis of your drive or for more information. Analysis of your hard disk will establish what is wrong with it and more importantly, that your critical files and folders can be recovered from it. The analysis will be sent to you by email and will contain a list of recoverable files and folders so that you can see your critical documents, pictures, movies and more have been recovered before making payment.

The cost of rescue is based on the capacity of your hard disk and is only charged once you are happy to proceed with the recovery.

For drives up to and including 500GB the cost is £299.00 ex VAT.

For drives up to and including 1TB the cost is £399.00 plus VAT.

No Data No Fee On Recovery From Your Mac

You only pay the recovery charge if we successfully retrieve your files. Your rescued files will be supplied on encrypted USB memory stick, DVDs or external drive formatted as HFS+ for maximum convenience.

Call Tierra now on 0845 094 0027 or fill in the Contact form on this page to start the process of getting your critical files back from your crashed Apple disk.

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