HARD DRIVE DATA RECOVERY

Few things in the modern world are more frustrating than having important documents on a computing device that won’t let you have them. Fortunately, we have technicians standing by to help. Just bring the offending device in to our store and let your friendly technician have a look at it. The technician-on-duty will access the situation and put together a customized data recovery plan to address your particular technical challenge.

We are capable of retrieving data from any brand, media and operating system. Whether your storage device has sustained a logical, electrical, mechanical or physical failure, if there is lost data we will get it back! We provide a wide variety of services; varying from crashed hard drives to the rebuilding and reconstruction of RAID arrays.

  • Hard Disk Drive Recvoery
  • SSD / Flash Drive Recovery
  • RAID Data Recovery
  • Server Data Recovery
  • Digital Media / iPod / iPad / PDA
  • Email & Database Recovery
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HARD DRIVE RECOVERY

Data recovery is a complex process which involves a lot of procedures. There is no technology that allows the data to be read directly off the platters. Therefore, a failed hard drive has to be repaired to a working condition were data can be accessible. The process involves more than just a part replacement.

The hard drive’s internal components are functional, but other complications are causing the data to be inaccessible. The integrity of the data is compromised and the data stored is damaged in some way. Common causes of logical hard drive failures include accidental formatting or deletion of files, corrupt or missing partitions, operating system errors, corrupt file system, or a computer virus.

Most hard drives contain internal moving parts. When a mechanical or physical failure occurs, one or more of the internal components has malfunctioned. The drive may be experiencing difficulty spinning or in some cases not spin at all. This will result in data that cannot be accessed unless the drive is opened in a clean room environment and rebuilt mechanically. Common causes of mechanical hard drive failures include head crashes, alignment issues, broken motor, or spindle problems.

HARD DRIVE RECOVERY

Data recovery is a complex process which involves a lot of procedures. There is no technology that allows the data to be read directly off the platters. Therefore, a failed hard drive has to be repaired to a working condition were data can be accessible. The process involves more than just a part replacement.

The hard drive’s internal components are functional, but other complications are causing the data to be inaccessible. The integrity of the data is compromised and the data stored is damaged in some way. Common causes of logical hard drive failures include accidental formatting or deletion of files, corrupt or missing partitions, operating system errors, corrupt file system, or a computer virus.

Most hard drives contain internal moving parts. When a mechanical or physical failure occurs, one or more of the internal components has malfunctioned. The drive may be experiencing difficulty spinning or in some cases not spin at all. This will result in data that cannot be accessed unless the drive is opened in a clean room environment and rebuilt mechanically. Common causes of mechanical hard drive failures include head crashes, alignment issues, broken motor, or spindle problems.