How does the data recovery process work?
Once we receive your hard drive, it will be logged into our system & queued for
evaluation by one of our data recovery technicians.
An initial FREE data recovery diagnosis report will be produced and emailed to
you which tell you about the failure mode of the drive. Hard disk failure mode can
be either Logical, where a drive is working, but the data is no longer
accessible or electronic failure where one or more components have failed on the electronics
board or logic board on the back of the hard drive. Another possibility is that
the internal pre-amplifier circuitry located inside the disk has failed. Another
mode of failure is mechanical
failure which means either the read/write heads or the motor have become faulty;
This is normally associated with clicking or a grinding noise when you power up
the hard drive. For a successful data recovery, faulty parts have to be replaced
in a class 100 clean room using a donor hard disk. This will repair the hard
disk temporarily and allows the data technicians to recover or extract as much
data as possible. The report will contain the nature of the failure,
cost of data recovery and an estimated completion date
with various service options.
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