There are a lot of websites and blogs that talk about hard drive recovery. Most of the content out there is really just fluff, written to drive hard drive and data recovery type ads in Google AdSense. These ads can make webmasters and site owners a lot of money. The problem is there is quite a bit of hard drive recovery content that is down right dangerous! Sites that say you should put your hard drive in a freezer or even open your hard drive at all, don’t know anything about how hard drives work, let alone how to recover or repair them.
The Hard Drive Recovery Process
Hard drive recovery is the process of recovering data from a physically damaged hard disk. More than half of the drives we receive have head failures which require that the drive is opened inside our clean room which prevents dust particles from damaging the drive further. The clean room is also used to protect the electronic parts of the drive from static discharge. Opening a hard drive in anything but a clean room is dangerous to the hard drive. Below is a diagram that shows the parts in a hard drive.
DTI Data Recovery is one of a handful of data recovery companies that have both a clean room AND engineers that are capable of programming software that is needed to repair a file system. The head of our programming department, Dick Correa, has been writing file system repair and data recovery software for many years. His technicians are constantly doing research and development on how to work with all file systems, not just NTFS. By combining advanced programming and having the tools necessary to perform hard drive recovery, DTI is an industry leader in data recovery services.
The reason that we are getting into all of this now is to help users identify legitimate resources when their hard drives have failed. Don’t trust just anyone with your data. Make sure the company you choose is like DTI Data, that they have a clean room and qualified engineers to perform hard drive recovery.
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 recovery.
I have a drive the BSODed today and it is my boot drive. This bios sees it but the drive
in now unreadable. I bought a new drive and re-loading the OS on that so I now have a
clean boot drive that works well. I put the bad drive in as a secondary and tried many
tests to get the data off, no luck. I ran chkdsk d: /r and many sectors were unreadable.
My question is do you recover data from physically bad drives? I have many pictures that I
would like to be recovered.
my hard disk has not dedcting and hed is not work proparliy
i open harddisk but i am not removing air in hard disk how to removinig air in my hard disk please send a solution