iRepair Buffalo Limited Warranty

All iRepair Buffalo repair services include a limited 1-year* warranty.

Warranty Coverage Includes:

  • Repaired and replaced parts that malfunction, or do not work as originally intended.

  • Warranty is limited to the parts and/or service(s) that were paid for. If only parts were purchased warranty is limited to the replacement of the parts. If parts and repair service(s) were purchased warranty extends to cover the labor cost of part replacement and any other repairs specifically resulting from the initial repair, except in the situations as outlined below.

Warranty Does Not Include Protection AgainsT…

After iRepair Buffalo repairs the device, the warranty does not extend to:

  • Subsequent accidental or purposeful drops

  • Tampering with internal hardware or devices altered after repair

  • Damage resulting from repairs attempted by customer or other shops

  • Software issues unrelated to the repair

  • Water/liquid damage

  • Loss of water resistance after repair

  • Batteries or damages occurring as a result of battery replacement

  • Devices that are jailbroken

  • New damages unrelated to the original repair

  • Hardware parts that were only replaced for the purpose of data recovery

  • Any data loss occurring as a result of or after the repair

Our warranty also does not extend to the outcome of a repair if there are existing pre-repair conditions, including:

  • Previous water/liquid damage

  • Jailbroken devices

  • Replacement parts brought by the customer from outside sources

  • Tampering with internal hardware, including by other repair shops

  • Existence of known manufacturing issues or damage to the device separate from the repair, as mentioned prior to the repair

This warranty is valid only for the specific device repaired and the original customer. The warranty is not transferable to other devices or if the device is given or sold to another individual.

*Computer and laptop repairs are warrantied for 90 days from the original date of repair. 


Software data corruption can be caused by deleting the important documents on your computer. Accidental deletion occurs all the time and can happen to anyone. Other causes of software data loss are files that didn’t make it through an upgrade or update. These types of issues pop up during operating system updates, upgrades, or even with certain programs that can be updated. Luckily, software data loss is the most common data loss issue and is also the easiest to resolve and recover from.

Recovering from software-caused data loss involves the careful use of specialized, professional file recovery software programs. At iRepair Buffalo Data Recovery lab, we use expensive top-tier data recovery programs to help recover the files, photographs, and other data that are missing. We work with you in complete confidentiality to find the files that you are in search of and we do everything we can to find those files intact.

If you experience a software-based data loss, please bring in your computer or hard drive to experienced professionals like iRepair Buffalo. Attempting to recover the files on your own with amateur or free data recovery software may make matters worse. There is no need to risk completely losing your precious files due to inexperience or lack of the best data recovery programs. Once you drop off your computer to us, we will begin the data recovery with our software and keep you up to date on what has been recovered.

The other kind of data loss issue is hardware-based. Hardware issues are much more difficult to recover from and should not be attempted by a non-professional. Hardware-based drive failure is caused by actual damage to the physical and/or firmware components of a hard disk drive. Modern hard drives are extremely complex units that involve many finely tuned parts that must work together perfectly. When something does go wrong, it can cause havoc within the hard drive. At iRepair Buffalo, we can diagnose hardware and firmware issues, and replace failed components in a clean-air environment, in order to bring your drive back into a readable state.

Do you know what to look for when you suspect your hard drive is failing? There are several different symptoms that may appear when a hard disk drive is starting to fail or has failed completely. This, of course, depends on the issue that is occurring as well as the kind of hardware that is involved. Some symptoms to look out for are: strange noises coming from your hard drive. These noises can include grinding, rhythmic clicking, physical, vibrating tones, rattling, or any other strange noise that you feel shouldn’t be coming from your hard disk drive. Your hard drive won’t start up? This could be caused by several issues. Will your hard drive refuse to even start to spin up? Does it start to spin but never gets up to speed and begin loading? These are some symptoms of hardware based failure.

What to do when you suspect hardware-based hard drive failure? Turn off your computer immediately and leave it off. Trying to preserve the data is your top priority at this point. Repeated failed startups can cause more damage to the hard drive platters that hold all your data. Once you turn off your computer, contact iRepair Buffalo and we will inform you on what to do next. Generally, we will have you bring in your computer or hard drive and we will diagnose and create a plan to recover your data.

Whether you need desktop data recovery, laptop data recovery, external hard drive data recovery, or even Solid State Drive data recovery, iRepair Buffalo can help you recover your important data.

Located just Northeast of Buffalo NY, iRepair Buffalo provides quick and easy access to our expert hard drive data recovery services. Give us a call, fill out our online form or stop in and we’ll be happy to help you figure out how to recover your data.

Hard drive erratic or worse? We know your data is important, that’s why we employ highly advanced and extensive data recovery techniques to get your data back safe and sound. Individual recovery needs vary on the state of your drive. iRepair Buffalo will keep in touch during the recovery process to confirm your solution!


5150 Main St
Ste A
Williamsville, NY 14221

(716) 276-3219