Computer hard drive problems stem from physical or logical damage due to mechanical failure, electrical faults, software corruption or human error. If you've experienced a computer disaster, or lost critical data, don't panic. Call US for immediate help. Data recovery and hard disk recovery is our specialty, so whatever the circumstances, there's a very good chance that we can recover data quickly and efficiently.
Common issues with hard drives which result in the need for hard drive include:
The computer/operating system won't boot, Applications that won't run or load data, the operating system has been reinstalled or a different operating system has been installed, files have been accidentally or maliciously deleted, Corrupted data, Hard disk component failure, Fire/water damage, Bad sectors have occurred on critical portions of the disk or FAT tables have been damaged or deleted, The disk has been dropped etc..
We recover all file types from the following operating systems and more: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11, Windows 386, Windows 286, Linux, Mac OSX, DOS, OS/2, NetWare, VMWare.
Hard disk drive types: We have experience recovering data from all types of hard drives: IDE, SATA, SCSI, SAS, Fibre Channel, MCA, Type I, II and II, 1.8" ATA, and CF+ Type II hard drives plus others. Data recovery is our specialty, so whatever the circumstances, there's a very good chance that we can recover the missing data quickly and efficiently. Complete recovery turn-around time including analysis and recovery is usually between 3 and 5 days. Some severe cases can take more time.
Hard disk recovery is a service we have been providing for clients since 2013. There are two main types of data problems - hardware and software. Software problems present as a disk that is recognized by the BIOS but won't boot correctly, situations where files or complete directories have been deleted or can no longer be seen in the directory structure, the disk has been formatted or similar.
Hardware problems present as a faulty electronic circuit board caused by power spikes or component failure, spindle motor failure, problems within the platter chamber associated with the platters themselves, the read/write heads or the associated electronics. If the fault is within the platter chamber it is vital that the chamber only be opened by experienced engineers in a "clean-room" facility. We have such a facility, which is fully certified.
Symptoms of hardware problems show up as peculiar noises coming from the disk such as clicking, clunking and whining. Other symptoms show up as non-detection by the BIOS, disk not spinning and obvious physical damage.