Hard Drive Recovery

Hard Drive Data Recovery

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No Fix No Fee providing there is no media damage to disk platters

Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from failed hard disks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you through the minefield of recovering data that might otherwise be considered lost.
Hard Drive Recovery

Software Fault £249

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £349

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Why Hard Drives Fail?:

It is probably the most commonly asked question among PC users – why has my hard drive failed? The truth is there is no one definitive answer because hard drives can fail for a variety of reasons. It may be that the hard drive has simply outlived its limit of maximum performance and is performing below par or not performing at all. It might be that some kind of physical defect has taken hold of the drive. Whatever the reason we know that a hard drive failure is likely to cost you – and your business – time and money. So with our own unique level of expertise and experience Belfast Data Recovery can help recover the data that you might have otherwise considered to have been lost.

Knowing What Action to Take in the Event of Failure; Hard Drive Data Recovery UK:

Regardless of what the issue may be that has caused failure to your hard drive, the most important thing, in the event of system failure, is to take steps to minimize the extent of the problem, and then make <strong>hard drive disk recovery (UK)<strong> a top priority. In most cases, the first thing to do is to immediately turn off your system, which can help reduce the risk of data being lost. After this, it’s recommended that you contact an expert, and if you’re searching for hard drive recovery, Belfast Data Recovery Services can assist you. They’ll focus on retrieving as much data as possible from your hard drive and identifying the exact reason as to why your system failed. Below are just a few reasons as to why your system may malfunction.

Physical HDD Failures:

Physical failures occur when components and moving parts within the hard drive can simply no longer cope with the tasks that they have to perform. For want of an analogy it is like the engine failing in car. With the engine gone the car serves no purpose until it is replaced. But while the engine of a car may have to be replaced completely, a hard drive can be replaced and the original contents recovered and restored. At Belfast Data Recovery we pride ourselves on our ability to do both of those things cost effectively and quickly; saving you a build up of downtime.  A physical fail occurs when parts within the hard drive no longer function. This may be the result of heavy duty usage, perhaps a fault in a batch of components or because of an extraneous force or collision

Accidental Format:

We’d all like to think that we are beyond doing it but the truth is that accidents do happen and information can be accidentally deleted or formatted. And likewise we’d all like to think we can undo the process using the utilities that came with the computer. The sad fact is though that some utilities only guarantee a percentage result and more information than is recovered can be lost. Belfast Data Recovery can help you recover the data quickly, at a competitive price, and with the sure and certain knowledge that the amount of data recovered will be far greater than any off-the-shelf recovery software could offer. At Belfast Data Recovery we are only too happy to inform our clients – old and new – that pressing the delete key doesn’t spell certain doom.

Surges in power and the damage they can inflict on your HDD:

You cannot account for a power surge or power outage because you can never predict when they are going to happen. If we have discovered one major misgiving over the last 15+years it is that tomorrow never comes when it comes to backing up data. Some of us do it religiously but for the most part of it we rely on the intervention of the IT department to make sure our backups are made. Without an up-to-date backup a power surge or power cut can be as damaging to your HDD as component failure due to wear and tear.

Software Firmware Fails:

Imagine firmware as the little program that makes your digital watch work or the software that tells your smartphone how to behave and you have some idea as to how important Firmware is. Firmware is built onto the circuit board which is attached to the hard drive or external drive you use to store your information. That circuit board – let’s give it its proper name Printed Circuit Board – has the sole function of ensuring that the information from your computer reaches your storage device and saves it in the correct way. A breakdown in communication between the Firmware and the storage device can result in your inability to access the information stored on that device. To which end if the Firmware becomes corrupt or defunct then you may find yourself in the unenviable position of not being able to retrieve your most prized information. Belfast Data Recovery can help you recover your data if the Firmware has become corrupted, obsolete  or suffers a catastrophic fail.

Sudden Instability of your HDD:

The best and easiest way to describe how a hard disk drive can become unstable is to imagine your favourite album be it on compact disc or vinyl. We all know how an album is put together and a hard drive is designed in a similar way. The grooves represent heads upon which the information you have saved is stored. Unstable hard drives fail to read or write if the heads become damaged or corrupted and just like a vinyl LP will skip and jump, making if difficult if not impossible to access the information contained therein. A common side effect of this issue is DLL files (Dynamic Link Library) suddenly no longer being accessible or no longer being found in the directories where they were originally stored. Belfast Data Recovery can help if you have suffered the loss of data through the sudden instability of a hard drive or other storage device.

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