Hard Drive Recovery

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Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from failed hard disks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you through the minefield of recovering data that might otherwise be considered lost.
Hard Drive Recovery

Software Fault £249

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £349

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Hard Drive Recovery Service: Failed Hard Drive Recovery, Saving Your Valuable Lost Files

There are few things in life more frustrating than a failed hard drive. When your drive suffers some sort of major malfunction, the first thing that’s likely to be on your mind is the documents and files that you have saved on the system; and of course, the issue of how you’re going to be able to recover them safely.

Data loss is a common problem, and there is no one singular cause to the problem. It might be software related, or something to do with the hard drive itself; after all, your hard drive is a complex piece of technological equipment, and it’s unsurprising that it goes wrong from time to time!

However, if you’ve suffered a hard drive malfunction, the thing you’re most likely to be concerned with is the issue of  damaged hard drive recovery and how to restore your valued files to safety. After all, you’ve spent considerable time working on them, and the last thing you want is to lose them forever.

Fortunately, when it comes to damaged hard drive recovery, help is at hand. Our hard drive recovery service specializes in restoring your files safely to you, even if your hard drive appears beyond repair. We offer a comprehensive failed hard drive recovery service, and we’ll perform a full diagnostics check on your system, before contacting you to suggest the best way of retrieving those all-important files.

Hard Drive Potential Failures Explained:

There are a variety of reasons as to why your computer’s hard drive might cease to work. It may be because the base unit (or desktop tower) has taken a knock as someone has carried something by, or because something has been accidentally spilled into the works; or it may simply be because the machine has been overused and has exceeded its life expectancy. Whatever the reason there is nothing worse than having a hard drive fail without having the opportunity to make a backup. With this in mind we at Newcastle Data Recovery can help. If the hard drive itself cannot be repaired we can most certainly help you retrieve the data and can provide you with a copy of it in the format of your choice

The Mechanics Behind a Hard Drive Failure:

A physical hardware failure occurs when a component(s) within the mechanics of the hard drive itself no longer function in the manner they should. This could be for any number of reasons but we at Newcastle Data Recovery have found that some of the most common reasons for physical hardware failure are heavy usage without any downtime and moving the machine while it is switched on. You should be aware that inside every hard drive are a myriad of small, almost minuscule components that in themselves are prone to damage if not looked after. One of the most commonly damaged is the Actuator and its accompanying arm that swing out on an axis allowing the read/write heads to pass over the platters that store that data you save.

Hard Drive Partitioned or Formatted in Error:

Hard drives are just like blackboards and one wrong press of a button can format them or wipe them in the same way a casual brush against a blackboard can render its contents unreadable. With this in mind many operating systems have safeguards in place to prevent this from happening but there are occasions when these safeguards fail or the combination of buttons pressed by mistake are enough to override any safeguard. With this in mind we here at Newcastle Data Recovery see a lot of requests from clients – new and old – to help recover data that has been removed in error. We can recover the data but only if the drive has been left untouched after the initial format or deletion has taken place. We recommend that if you do make the mistake of formatting your hard drive you contact us immediately and make sure the computer cannot be touched by any other user

Hard Drive Board Misinterpreting Read and Write Instructions:

The onboard circuitry of a hard drive comes complete with its own set of commands which are sent back and forth between the motherboard and the hard drive. Depending on the severity of the problem a hard drive’s PCB can become damaged enough that these commands are no longer recognisable and therefore the drive cannot be written to or accessed by the user. If this happens then your best course of action is to contact us here at Newcastle Data Recovery and we will talk you through the best way in which to recover your data and how – if possible – to repair your hard drive.

Hard Drives and Their Firmware Requirements:

The commands sent to your computer’s motherboard from the hard drive are to be found in a small but important program called firmware. This program contains all the information the hard drive needs to communicate with the motherboard and any other devices it might be connected to such as a slave disk or CD/DVD ROM. If the firmware fails then you might well find that your drive does not boot up in sequence, is completely unrecognised by the operating system or will simply do nothing other than spin up. Firmware is not always upgradeable and with this in mind should your firmware stop working and cause your hard drive to do the same please contact us at Newcastle Data Recovery where we can give you advice on how to best proceed with your firmware problem whilst making sure your hard drive’s data is recovered.

Hard Drive and Operating System Conflicts:

If you discover that your operating system and the hard drive it is scanning are conflicting then it is possible your hard drive is in the process of degrading. Once degradation begins there is nothing much that can be done, if anything to stop it. It generally signifies that the hard drive is in a state of disrepair (through no fault of the user) and therefore the best course of action – and often the only course of action – is to have the data recovered before the drive fails completely. Many users choose to ignore the warnings as displayed by the operating system and hope for the best but we have learned from the experience of many of our clients that this is not the best policy.

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