The most common data recovery procedure we perform involves a computer that won’t boot due to a drive failure. This is most often caused by a bump or a knock to the computer while the hard disk is writing critical data. Sometimes the head physically crashes into the the plater. This is where the term ‘hard drive crash’ originated.
Of course failure of spinning hard disks happens for many reasons include wear and tear. Some drives spin at 10,000 rpm with as little as 3 nanometres separating the drive head from the disk plater. This provides very little room for error. Something that goes hand in hand with data recovery is your backup plan. If you don’t have a backup policy in place please contact us straight away for a tailor made solution.
To ensure we can recover as much data as possible stop using the media or the effected computer straight away.
Whatever your needs we have the tools to get your data back and we work on more than hard drives. Solid state drives (SSD), flash drives, optical media (CD, DVD) and memory cards.