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Hard Drive Data Recovery

Hard drive data recovery involves the physical recovery of a hard disk. Like any mechanism a hard disk drive has moving parts that break. Not even thinking about the actual storage of data, the recording of bytes on to the platters, there are many things that can go wrong on a hard drive.

In most cases heat or fluctuating power supplies are the primary causes of physical damage to the hard drive. The fact is old age is also a primary cause of hard drive recovery. The question is what does old age mean in hard drive years. A dog year is seven human years, and a hard drive year is more like 20 human years.

Hard Drive Data Recovery

Most hard drive recovery cases that involve physical problems are related to the read/write heads. If your hard drive is making noises it is either the heads, head stack assembly or possible the motor.

DTI data performs all hard drive data recovery in a class 100 clean room. A clean room prevents dust and static discharge from damaging the hard drive any further than it already is.

If you are here you need data recovery, more than likely, internal hard disk repair. Call Toll Free: 1-866-438-6932 or fill out an online quote form if you need hard drive data recovery.

It is important that you do research on the data recovery company you decide to send your hard drive to has a clean room and qualified engineers. The best thing about DTI is their communication with their clients. DTI makes the customer an important part of the process.

If you are considering hard drive data recovery give DTI Data a call. 

One Response to “Hard Drive Data Recovery”

  1. Davedata99 May 11, 2007 11:00 am #

    Drive manufacturers have a spec on all drives they manufacture called Mean Time before Failure. This could be 300,000 hours or 500,000 etc. However, this is a mean not an average. I have experience with drives that have failed with in weeks and I have had hard drives last several years. This is manufacturer wide, I have had drives over the last decade from almost all manufacturers last many years, as well as fail with in the first year. Long story short they will fail. It is just a matter of when and where you are in your back-up process that will determine the magnitude of the failure.

    If the hard drive fails immediately after you have backed-up all your data, no big deal. Conversely, the data on the hard drive is usually worth a great deal more then the hard drive itself. Recovering data from a hard drive that has failed physically is a somewhat daunting task. Making sure you are up to date on your back-up can save a lot of time and money.

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