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Data Recovery

Data Recovery

Data recovery is the process of salvaging data from damaged, failed, corrupted, or inaccessible secondary storage media when it cannot be accessed normally. Often the data are being salvaged from storage media such as internal or external hard disk drives, solid state drives (SSD), USB flash, storage tapes, CDs, DVDs, RAID, and other electronics. Recovery may be required due to physical damage to the storage device or logical damage to the file system that prevents it from being mounted by the host operating system. We have broader experience in recovering and salvaging lost data from disaster stricken hard drives, and otherand storage media. Our services include: logical damage like overwritten data, corrupt partitions and file systems, and also hardware repairs from physically damaged hardware.

Laptop Data Loss Situations

A hard drive failure can be the cause of data loss. One of the most general types of failure is head crash (physical
damage of a hard disk). A hard drive failure that results in data loss can be regarded as logical failure and
physical failure. Other major reasons for data loss include electro-mechanical failure (hard drive circuit board is
damaged), software

Common Laptop Hard Drive Data Loss Situations

  • Physical damage to the hard drives
  • Accidental deletion of data
  • Overwriting of files
  • Accidental reformatting of partitions
  • Formatted or repartitioned hard drives
  • Corruption of Windows registry
  • Laptop hard disk crashed
  • Hard disk component failure
  • Clicking, ticking or grinding noises from hard drive
  • Inaccessible drives and partitions
  • Defective hard disk drive heads
  • Crashed hard drive heads
  • Improper system shutdown
  • Hard disk drive motor failure
  • Partition table errors
  • Damaged firmware
  • Internal mechanical failure
  • Hard drive not detected or recognised in BIOS
  • Media surface contamination and damage
  • Partition or boot sector problems
  • Malware or virus attack
  • Application software malfunction
  • Hard drive damage due to mechanical failure
  • Power surges, power failure and outages
  • Natural disasters like earthquake, fire, flood or lightening
  • Hard drive printed circuit board (PCB) or logic board failure
  • Corruption of FAT or NTFS file system
  • File system corruption
  • Operating system malfunction