5.25" Floppy Disk Data Transfer

A 5.25 floppy disk which was sent to us to retrieve the data. The client was unsure if the disk still worked but simply wanted the files emailing back to them. This disk was a mini Floppy disk although by today's standards it is very large for the compared to the amount of data it holds! It was designated MD2D meaning low density 360kb.
A 5.25 floppy disk from which the user required data to be retrieved


Disk Conversions & Transfer - 5.25" Floppy Disk Data Transfer

5.25" Floppy Disk Data Transfer

A 5.25 floppy disk which was sent to us to retrieve the data. The client was unsure if the disk still worked but simply wanted the files emailing back to them. This disk was a mini Floppy disk although by today's standards it is very large for the compared to the amount of data it holds! It was designated MD2D meaning low density 360kb.
A 5.25 floppy disk from which the user required data to be retrieved

A mining company had in it's possession a 5.25” floppy disk that a user wants data retrieved from. They had no idea if the floppy disk still worked, but requested us to retrieve the data and send it by email (its size was something around 50KB so no need for an external media like a USB stick. The disk had been in storage for a few years so the first thing we did was dismantle the disk to clean the magnetic surface, before placing it in a drive to read the files off. If you don't do that we find the drive head binds with surface contamination and can damage the magnetic coating.


5.25" Floppy Disk Data Transfer

If you need a 5.25" Floppy Disk Data Transfer service, then contact our friendly company.

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We strive with all our means to get your data back quickly and efficiently, so email or call us to discuss your problem.

We recover from many problems so even if you don't see your trouble mentioned, we probably do it or know someone who can.

problems that we recover data from are listed below.
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A mining company had in it's possession a 5.25” floppy disk that a user wants data retrieved from. They had no idea if the floppy disk still worked, but requested us to retrieve the data and send it by email (its size was something around 50KB so no need for an external media like a USB stick. The disk had been in storage for a few years so the first thing we did was dismantle the disk to clean the magnetic surface, before placing it in a drive to read the files off. If you don't do that we find the drive head binds with surface contamination and can damage the magnetic coating..