Data recovery from hard drive
Data recovery from a failed hard drive is a typical daily request from our customers. The computer does not boot up, or an external drive is no longer recognized. Both are symptoms of a failed hard drive. About 92% of the hard drive we see are logical error based problems. In other words, the instruction set on the hard drive becomes corrupt or unreadable by the machine. When this happens, the process of recovery is required. Logical errors are less repair, and more puzzle-solving. A corrupt drive is a scrambled drive, and the information is misplaced – “corrupted”, and needs to be unscrambled.