It’s happened before and it’ll happen again: the fatal error screen takes over your computer, telling you that all your data is lost. There are no words to describe that feeling of dread when you lose your doctoral thesis or the project that will make or break your career. Let’s be honest, diligence doesn’t matter when it comes to backing up your files. When a computer crashes, it’s mathematically guaranteed important files will get lost into the abyss. Here at QuickFix, we know that this will make you want to put your computer through a wall, but before you go all ‘Office Space’ on it, bring it in to our top-notch data recovery team. We have top of the line gadgets that can salvage your lost data which surpass the standard toolkit that other squads of geeks use. So, we are completely able to round up all your lost music, pictures, Power Points, work spreadsheets, and full-length novels – you name it, we’ll find it. Our Apple technicians can find whatever data that may have been lost even if it wasn’t on your hard drive. We have the power to recover your lost data from flash drives and photo-memory cards as well as from faulty hard drives. So rest a little easier. Hope is not lost when your computer tells you all your data is. To recover your data now, contact us today or just stop by our office in Oklahoma City. We’ll have your life’s work back to you in no time.
 Even still, we recommend that you constantly back up your files. Put them on a cloud, email them to yourself, get an external hard drive or two. We understand that no one is so methodical to save their files three different places every thirty minutes, and of course the files that really hurt when you lose them are the ones that you are constantly working on, revising, and updating. Mistakes and accidents do happen and the best thing is to always try to have an older version of the file saved somewhere else.  But seriously, back up your files.  Exceptions include but are not limited to: retainers, sanity, left socks.