PITS Global Data Recovery Services offers VHD data retrieval services to individuals and businesses located in the United States. Our team of virtualization experts possesses extensive experience and advanced skills in recovering VHD and VHDX files. With our expertise, we can access an extensive range of VHD formats to retrieve files from any virtual machine platform. Whether it’s a Hyper-V or VMware server, you can trust us with the job.

Our data recovery specialists use proprietary tools and technology to quickly scan and locate the missing data in your file system. We use a combination of intuitive recovery techniques to ensure your data is retrieved with maximum accuracy. Our experienced engineers use advanced imaging processes and state-of-the-art technology to recover lost files in the most reliable manner.

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With our vast network of facilities, we offer our professional data recovery services for your failed storage device wherever you are. By providing VHD file systems recovery, we want to ensure that we can help with any error and critical situation our client may have faced.

To get more information about our recovery services, contact us. Our dedicated support team will provide you with it. 

What is VHD?

A VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) is a data storage device that creates disk sectors, files, and folders, runs an operating system, and installs and executes other applications. The difference between physical and virtual hard drives is that VHM is accessed, managed, and installed on a virtual machine infrastructure. 

A virtual hard drive is built on a physical hard drive but has a logical distribution of its own. Moreover, it can host many various virtual hard drives simultaneously without overwriting or interfering with the processes of other VHDs.

Advantages of Virtual Hard Drives:

  • Suitable Deployment
  • Fast and Easy Backup 
  • Simple Replication
  • Complete Isolation for Multiple Users
  • Cost-Effective Product

Virtual hard disks can have a flexible or fixed disk size, managed and controlled by the virtualization manager or the parent operating system. 


The fixed file format uses a virtual file that is the same size as the physical storage. Since the file is the same volume, the system offers excellent performance. It happens because not much processing is needed to decide when the virtual hard disk must be accessed. However, this can also be considered a disadvantage because fixed-size VHD files are slower to create than other virtual hard disk types.


Dynamic virtual disks use space only as needed. It makes a system process fast when the dynamic disk is first created. As files are added to the disk, it increases its size, resulting in reduced performance of the virtual hard disk. So, if you add and remove a large amount of data, the virtual hard disk becomes fragmented. For the virtual model to work as well as possible, the administrator can compact the virtual disk.

Corrupted VHD File Recovery

Companies and computer users often use VHD to store a large amount of data. Unfortunately, no matter how dependable and trusted VHD is, it is still exposed to physical or logical failures. 

Common Reasons for VHD Failure:

  • Improper System Shutdown
  • Software Failures or Power Outages
  • Storage Media Failure
  • Accidental Deletion of VHD Files
  • VHD File Format
  • Viruses and Malicious Programs

To estimate the reason for a virtual hard drive failure, fill a form on our website and request an evaluation. With our risk-free review, we will easily find the cause of the collapse and establish the most suitable recovery plan for your VHD. We retrieve all file types in our state-of-the-art data recovery lab and Certified Class 10 Cleanroom using superior hardware and software. 

Start your case now, and we will gladly help you with your emergency. 

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What Not to Do When VHD Fails

When your VHD fails, it is essential not to make this situation worse. To make the data recovery process possible, it is vital to power down your system as soon as you notice any failure signs.

There are numerous error codes and messages that directly or indirectly relate to Virtual Hard Drive collapse problems.

  • ‘VMName’ failed to start.
  • Unable to open VHD file.
  • The file is corrupted and unreadable.
  • Invalid virtual machine disk path.
  • A Virtual Provider for the specified file was not found.
  • An invalid name request was made.

Seeing any of these error messages does not bring good news. So after turning off your system, do not touch and try to recover your files yourself. Attempting a file recovery in unspecialized facilities can corrupt more VHD files. 

Also, many firms offer their VHD recovery software, but they do not guarantee successful results. By using VHD recovery tools, there is always a risk of data loss from your virtual hard disk and the possibility of never seeing your corrupted files again. 

With this in mind, DIY repair of the storage and retrieval of the files can make VHD and VHDX file recovery more difficult or even impossible. So, if you need device storage repair and your VHD files back as soon as possible, we recommend you send the device to a professional data recovery company. 

PITS Global Data Recovery Services offers reliable and fast VHD corrupted file retrieval. With the certificates our company maintains, we offer our clients secure solutions for their situations.

Data Recovery from VHD

With years in the data recovery industry, our company has earned a reputation as a professional and high-level data repair solutions provider. Our experienced engineers and dedicated customer service team help us maintain a 100% customer satisfaction rate. Moreover, our R&D team constantly develops new techniques and methods for data recovery, which is why we are continually increasing the set of our data recovery solutions

Other Advantages of Our Services:

24/7 Emergency Service Availability

So if you're facing a data loss situation, don't hesitate to contact us. Our 24/7 data recovery services are available to you, 365 days a year. Let us help you recover your precious data today.

Over 50 Locations Across the US

We offer data recovery services from over 50 locations across the US. This means that no matter where you are located, you can access our services and get the support you need to recover the data.

Certified Data Recovery Laboratories.

So if you're facing a data loss situation, look no further. With our certified data recovery labs and 99% success rate, we are confident that we can recover your precious data and get you back on track.

ISO Certified Class 10 Cleanroom

Our engineers work in a controlled environment to ensure the safety of your device. We recover data in ISO Certified Class 10 Cleanroom and achieve high results.

Risk-free Evaluation and Assessment

We start the recovery process with a risk-free evaluation. Our technicians estimate reasons for data loss and the level of damage. Based on it, we select the most suitable recovery strategy.

100% Customer Satisfaction Rate

With years in the data recovery industry, our company supports the highest customer satisfaction rate. We do everything to provide a positive experience for our clients.

By contacting us, you will get an individual approach, professional help, and dedicated attention. We also offer our clients flexible data recovery options to meet any of their needs, budget, and deadlines. 

Call us at (888) 611-0737, and our customer service representative will gladly help you collect all required information and register your case. 

To avoid VHD data loss, it is recommended to regularly back up your VHD files to a separate storage device or cloud storage. Use reliable virtualization software and keep it up to date to prevent software-related issues. Additionally, maintaining a healthy and secure computing environment by using antivirus software and avoiding suspicious downloads can also help prevent data loss.

While it is not always possible to prevent VHD file corruption completely, you can take some precautions to minimize the risk. Avoid sudden power outages or system crashes during virtual machine operations. Make sure to shut down the virtual machine properly before closing the virtualization software. Regularly check for and install updates for the virtualization software to ensure any known bugs or vulnerabilities are addressed.

The complexity of VHD data recovery can vary depending on the extent of data loss and the condition of the VHD file. Basic data recovery tasks such as recovering accidentally deleted files or accessing data from healthy VHD files can be relatively straightforward. However, dealing with severely damaged or corrupted VHD files may require advanced technical expertise or professional data recovery services.