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Orlando is the sixth largest city in Florida. Orlando's economy thrives on the tourism,
manufacturing, and technology industries.  The residents and companies in Orlando
depend on the exchange of information in their daily operations.  When systems fail,
lost data can equate to lost revenue thus creating a need for data recovery. 

ReWave provides
18 years of experience recovering lost data.  Our services include
free evaluation for laptop data recovery, desktop data recovery, server data recovery,
and RAID recovery.  We offer
24 hr service using state-of-the-art recovery equipment
to recover your data fast.

For Orlando Data Recovery, contact our lab at

ReWave Provides Services For:

  • Various types of media including desktop hard drives, laptop hard drives,
    servers, RAID arrays, memory keys, picture cards, and other storage media

  • All brands of hard drives including Maxtor, Western Digital, Seagate and more
  • All operating systems including Windows, Mac, Novell, Linux, and more
  • All levels of RAID including the most common RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 5
  • Any cause of physical data loss including power surge, head crash, water or
    fire damage, controller failure, read/write failure, and more
  • Any cause of logical data loss including bad sectors, corrupted files, deleted
    files, software corruption, partition corruption, blue screen errors, and more

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