Internal Hard Drive Repair
Expert Repair and Data Recovery
Causes of Hard Drive Failure
Hard drives can fail, requiring data recovery, for a number of reasons, including:
- Physical damage caused by fires or floods
- Shock damage (from drops or falls)
- Data corruption
- Viruses and malware
- Power surges
Need Hard Drive Repair and Data Recovery?
If your hard drive is clicking, beeping, grinding or making any other unusual noises, you could be on the verge of a hard drive crash, resulting in data loss and the need for hard drive repair and data recovery.
Don’t take chances.
A clicking hard drive, beeping hard drive or other unusual sounds indicate trouble.
If your drive fails to boot, power down your computer immediately. A hard disk drive works when the magnetic heads read data from rapidly spinning metal platters. When a hard drive fails, the magnetic heads may be stuck to the platter, which can cause unusual sounds. Repeatedly attempting to re-start the computer can cause more damage to the heads, as well as damaging the platters, making it impossible for professionals to extract the data.
Hard Drive Repair Requires The Right Environment and the Right Experts
Many people believe they can save money by attempting do-it-yourself data recovery. But the fact is, if a hard disk drive is damaged, it requires hard drive repair before data recovery can even begin. Attempting any type of do-it-yourself data recovery can permanently damage the drive and make data recovery impossible.
Hard drive repair requires a clean room environment if the hard drive case needs to be open, which it often does. Performing hard drive repair in a clean room ensures that dust and other particles won’t reach the platters and cause further damage to the drive.
Our data recovery specialists perform hard drive repair in a Class 10 ISO 4 certified clean room environment, which virtually eliminates the risk of hard drive contamination and helps ensure a successful recovery process.
If Your Hard Drive Fails…
A number of myths surround hard drive repair. If your hard drive has crashed or been damaged,
don’t attempt to repair the drive by:
- Placing it in the freezer
- Dropping the drive
- Hitting the drive with a hammer
- Repeatedly attempting to reboot the drive
There really is only one reliable solution to a failed or damaged hard drive: Call hard drive repair specialists to repair the drive and extract the lost data.
Don’t Be Afraid of Hard Drive Repair and Recovery Costs
Many people don’t know what to expect when they call a professional data recovery service. That’s why we are upfront about our pricing. We offer flat rate pricing based on the size of the drive and the type and complexity of the data recovery, with prices starting as low as $500.
Think about the data you’ve lost on your failed hard drive. What is it worth? Are you missing irreplaceable family photos with sentimental value? Thousands of dollars worth of movies and music on your home media server? School papers? Financial data? The Great American Novel?
Whatever it is, you know what it is worth. So when you can get honest, flat-rate pricing for data recovery you can decide if it’s worth the expense.
In most cases, people are surprised by the tremendous value in our flat-rate pricing structure and decide they’d rather not live without their important data… especially when they know that our success rates for data recovery are unmatched in the industry.
If you knew you could get your data back, wouldn’t you do it today? Start the data recovery process now [link] or get pricing information [link] before you begin, no questions asked.