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HARD DISK DRIVE

A hard disk drive (HDD) or fixed disk is a most commonly used data storage device for storing and retrieving digital information using one or more rigid rapidly rotating disks (platters) coated with magnetic material , It can be classified into 2-types Laptop HDDs – 1.8 / 2.5 inch & Desktop drive HDD in 3.5 inch

TYPE OF RECOVERY

The first step in recovering from a data loss is to ascertain whether the loss is a result of a physical hard drive failure,i.e. broken hardware; or, a logical drive failure, i.e. corruption or loss of File System or data.

LOGICAL DATA RECOVERY

The logical case is simpler and deals with a fully working hard drive, where data was lost due to accidental user actions, a crash by an application or OS, or even partitioning , formatting of the hard drive by mistake

PHYSICAL DATA RECOVERY

Physical data recovery is a process of salvaging inaccessible data from corrupted or damaged secondary storage, removable media or files, when the data they store cannot be accessed in a normal way

Expertise in data recovery with a deep rooted belief in recovery and sustainable secrets. Our methodical approach is focused on recovering the essence of the file with Specialized Tools & Technologies

We offer a wide range of Data recovery & Disaster recovery solutions. Our service includes advanced Head & platter replacement with NAND flash, chip-off & more.

QUICK ENQUIRY







Drive Not Spinning / No Power

If a correctly powered drive is not spinning i.e. it is silent, it can be an indication of a problem with the hard drive Printed Circuit Board (PCB), Burn or Broken PCB

Drive shows as Not Initialized

A not initialized error is a signal of a fundamental communication error. Usually an attempt to initialize a hardware failed drive will result in a low level I/O error

An Excessively Hot Drive

As with any mechanical moving parts, the friction in movement creates heat. A physical problem may therefore present as an abnormally hot condition in the drive.

A Loud Clicking or Grinding Noise

A serious mechanical error is an abnormal loud clicking or a grinding noise. Continued use puts the platters containing the data at risk of permanent and irreversible damage.

Other Problems

Blue Screen (BSoD) , No Operating System Found, Drive Won't Mount, Shock (dropping the Laptop or PC), Bad Parts in the Manufacturing Process ,Electrical Failure / Surge etc.

Ticking Noise while Reading Data

A failing hard drive can present with an abnormal ticking noise while the disk is reading data. This shows disk has bad sectors due to multiple read attempts.

THINGS DO WHEN HDD FAILS

  • Avoid serious file loss by regularly backing up your data
  • Turn off the drive if it physically malfunctions
  • Do check cables connecting the Hard disk drive
  • Stop using the hard disk/drive that shows signs of failure
  • Check the system for malware, viruses etc.
  • Check for other issues that could be preventing access
  • Find professional help for hard disk recovery

THINGS DON'T DO WHEN HDD FAILS

  • Never use a hard drive’s full capacity leave some free space
  • Never operate a hard drive that makes unusual noises.
  • Do not open the Hard disk, It may be temper & data will lose
  • Do not Format / Delete the Hard disk drives
  • Don’t install new software or hardware without a backup.
  • Do not try any recovery software, it may over write the data
  • Do not attempt to repair physical components

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