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USB Flash Drive Data RecoveryUSB Data Recovery

USB Flash drives (pen drives, memory sticks) are probably the most popular form of portable storage available today. This form of storage media boasts storage capacities up to 128 GB meaning that storing more than mere documents is now possible. USB flash drives store data differently to the more traditional hard drive and as a result data recovery is also different. Data is encrypted on a flash memory chip, several depending on the size of the capacity. This is made sense of by the controller chip so you can see your data as it was intended. On occasions the controller chip can burn out and accessing data is not possible. Kingdom Data Recovery have access to cutting edge equipment that can decrypt data without the need of a controller chip meaning that we can perform USB data recovery from a faulty flash memory stick effectively.

The Internals of a USB Flash Drive
USB Flash Drive Internals
1. USB connector
2. USB mass storage controller device
3. Test points
4. Flash memory chip
5. Crystal oscillator
6. LED
7. Write-protect switch (Optional)
8. Space for second flash memory chip



USB Data Recovery Types & Prices

Please note these prices are for the recovery of data from storage devices up to 16GB (excluding logical recovery). Please contact us for prices higher than 16GB storage.All prices are inclusive of VAT.

    • Logical Recovery £99 (all storage sizes)

Recovery of deleted/overwritten files also from formatted pen drives,
faulty partitions Find out more about our file recovery service
including the repair of corrupt files.

    • Repair/NAND Recovery from £139 (up to 16GB storage)

Repair of physical damage to device or NAND extraction of memory chip



USB Flash Drive Recovery



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STEP 1: Get a FREE consultation or a callback to diagnose your issue
STEP 2: Download and complete our pre-recovery form
STEP 3: Send your damaged drive directly to our workshop
STEP 4: We’ll repair the problem and recover the required data
STEP 5: Your recovered data is dispatched back to you