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DVD data recovery

The DVD is widely used as a storage medium. DVDs become unreliable if they are damaged at the bottom where the data is read from. The average lifespan of burned DVDs is about 7 years. For some DVDs, less good raw materials are used, so that they are more susceptible to corrosion and are rather defective.

Scratches are the main cause of the inability to read a DVD. You will then be notified that your DVD player is not accessible.

If you have your data restored with us, the recaptured data can be burned onto a DVD. Make sure you make a copy of it as soon as possible to prevent loss of your data