Repair Hard Drive Problems
Each and everyday across North America, thousands of hard drives just like yours break, malfunction and outright fail. It's a fact of life for all users, and even though it doesn't feel good, it does not mean that your data is gone. It's not accessible via your operating system, possibly, but it does remain on the hard drive. And once you've determined how to repair your hard drive, you will be able to access that data again.
One of the absolute bonuses of the hard drive recovery industry is that nearly all companies will offer free technical support and diagnosis to virtually anyone with a hard drive problem.
Do we do this out of our sheer love for humanity? Well, sometimes yes, but mostly the data recovery industry offers free support because if we can help you recover data, we get paid. Meanwhile, if we fix your problem over the phone for free, we win, because the next time a friend has a similar problem to yours and asks for advice, you'll remember us. It's really a win-win situation.
Professional Hard Drive Repair Isn't Always Necessary
Repairing your hard drive in our full appointed data recovery clean room may not always be the best solution for you. In fact, although many of our competitors will rush you to ship your hard disk drive to them immediately, in many cases this is simply the wrong path.
There are a number of reasons for hard drive failure, and not all require in-shop repair. Instead, the solution may simply be a software or operating system issue we may be able to help you with. At no charge.Contact us here for a free hard disk drive data recovery quote.
Examining Hard Drive Failure Causes
Although many hard drive recovery companies would have you believe that physical hard drive issues are more commonplace, this is in fact not the truth. File system errors are far more common, even with such important technologies as NTFS, which enables recovery.
File System Errors Explained
Symptoms of file system errors include
the output of such messages as "file system inaccessible", "I/O Error",
"operating system not found" and what is known in tech circles as "the
blue screen of death" (on Windows Systems).
(Warning: If you experience file system errors, avoid using "Utility Programs" which are frequently readily available through large software vendors. These programs are not specifically made to repair your hard drive file system, and may damage or delete files you need)
The most common symptom of a file system error with Windows computers is the blue screen of death, and/or some kind of crash. Although these types of hard drive errors can also occur with physical hard drive crashes, they are often typical of file system or partition errors.
Whatever the case, it often is more prudent to try professional data recovery software, like that offered by Hard Drive Recovery Group, first, as typically the data recovery software route may end up being more economical.
Physical Hard Drive Crashes Or Failures
Using Your BIOS To Detect Drive Errors
Never Repair A Hard Drive On Your Own
Hard drives contain extremely intricate and delicate parts which are particularly susceptible to damage by dust or other small particles in the air. This is why Hard Drive Recovery Group (and other competitors who meet industry standards) use what is called a Clean Room. Clean Rooms must meet strict standards for air cleanliness and are the only way to ensure further physical hard disk damage does not occur.
Not sure which solution will work for you? Contact us here, or call us on the number above. We will ensure that your hard drive repair is done cost effectively, and with the best tools in the industry.
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