Some of the most common include.
- Alienware servers, desktops and laptops
- Buffalo TeraStation
- Compaq desktops and servers
- Dell servers, desktops and laptops
- HP servers, desktops and laptops
- IBM servers, desktops and laptops
- Gateway desktops, laptops and servers
- Apple and Mac notebooks, desktops, Ipods, servers and RAID data recovery
- Sony laptops, camcorders, video cameras and camera camera card recovery
- Fujitsu hard drives & camera cards
- Hitachi hard drives
- Maxtor & Quantum hard drives
- Samsung hard drives
- Seagate internal & external hard drives
- Toshiba laptop hard drives
- Western Digital internal and external & laptop hard drives
Recovering Your Data
We begin by identifying and replacing faulty internal parts like heads, re-writing firmware, performing platter swaps, recalibrating and realigning the file structures and restore as much of your data as possible.
Hard drives that are clicking, or making unusual sounds, go directly to the clean room where the PCB controller, heads and platter surfaces are checked and tested for scratches, scoring, correct calibration, ohm readings and failed chips.
ROM chips and firmware are checked. The spindle motor is tested for proper rotation, speed, alignment and frozen or damaged bearings. Servo mechanisms that identify the parameters and structure of the hard drive are tested to determine whether they have been damaged or overwritten. Faulty parts are replaced and correct firmware is loaded. Once your hard drive is brought to a state of readiness a sector-by-sector image is created. After the imaging process is complete your data is recovered, your critical files are checked for integrity and your data is saved to a new external hard drive.
Recovery is now complete and your data recovery advisor will provide you with a list of recoverable files for your review and then make payment arrangements and get your recovered files to you.