Hard Drive Failure
Hard Drive Failure
With certified technology and unrivalled skill of hard drive recovery, We Recover Data boasts of a highly successful track record. Our expert engineers offer highly customized hard drive repair and recovery services. We can treat and recover data from all sorts of hard drive failure, such as electronic damage, read/write head crashes, etc.
Efficient and Effective Hard Disk Recovery Services
A hard disk drive is a data storage solution device which uses magnetic storage to store and recover digital data. The data is accessible in a random-access manner and all hard disk drives are a kind of non-volatile memory, in which data is stored even when power is switched off.
We Recover Data provides hard drive data recovery from any model, brand, make or operating system. We are experienced in handling all types of data loss scenario. Depending on the nature, situation and circumstance of the data loss, we will offer our efficient recovery services. Our certified data recovery specialists will analyse your problem to evaluate the best course of action in terms of hard drive data recovery.
Types of Failure
- Mechanical Failure
If your hard drive is making too much noise or is not working properly, it means that it is experiencing a mechanical failure. The reason of failure may be head crash or motor failure. To derive data that has been lost, mechanical failures needs cleanroom environment so as to uncase the hard drive properly and effectively.
- Logical Failure
Is your hard drive working perfectly but you cannot open some of your files and important documents? Then this means you might be experiencing a logical failure. The reason for such failures can be either due to a lost partition or for accidental reformatting of the drive. In such scenarios, contact our data recovery experts who will perfectly analyse the malfunctioning drive before proceeding further.
Some Of The Problems Related to Hard Drives Are:
- General physical problems
- Failed MBR (Master Boot Record)
- Faulty partition table
- Disk read/write head failure
- Power surge electronic damage
- Failed PCB (printed circuit board)
- Bad motor controller
- Corrupt cache memory
- Faulty interface, such as USB or SATA connector
- Failed fuse, capacitor or resistor
- Failed voltage regulator
However, data loss can happen anytime, anywhere. We Recover Data offers 24/7 assistance for data recovery services from any device