Recovering Your Lost Data
You had heard it said before, "Back up your data just in case your hard drive fails," but you never thought it would happen to you. All of a sudden your computer stops working and your wondering if all the information you have saved up for years and years is now completely gone in the blink of an eye. Thousands of emails, hundreds of documents, even irreplaceable photos, all on a computer that can't even give you the time of day anymore.
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Believe it or not, you are not the first one to go through this situation. No, in fact it is fairly common for computers to reach their end of life or hard drives containing important documents and files to fail and give out. Many do so without any signs of warning.
Common Issues Experienced
- Clicking and Beeping sound heard, hard drive will not get recognized: Has your hard drive fallen or experienced some bumps or bruises? The clicking and beeping sound in a failed hard drive is a sign that your hard drive has had some damage to the read/write arm. Typically recovery involves replacing this arm from a duplicate hard drive.
What Do I Do When I Need To Get This Data Back?
The good news is, there are a number of ways you can get your data back without having to resort to contacting a specialist:
- If Your Computer Won't Turn On: Take a chill pill. Then, after exhausting a number of different methods for getting your computer to turn on, you will need to resort to a difficult second method. You will need to remove your internal hard drive and connect it to another computer for reading.
- If Your Hard Drive Has Failed - You have now either tried to connect your hard drive to another computer without success, or are certain that the hard drive is not functional. Here are a few last thoughts before moving forward. 1) Try replacing the power chord or connection to your hard drive. In some cases, these cables and power supplies can go bad and be the root of your hard drive's malfunction. 2) Make sure your hard drive is not overheating. Too much heat on a hard drive can cause it to malfunction. If it has already overheated, you may need to read further and take some more drastic measures to recoup your lost data.
What Do I Do If I Still Cannot Recover My Files?
We are here to help you. You have given it your best effort and your magic doesn't seem to be working. The darn hard drive just will not give you back your lost data. It's time to look to outside sources.
- I have a Mac - If you have a mac, your first source is going to be Mac's direct support. Typically this comes from contacting Apple support and setting up and appointment at your local Mac store. Be forwarned though. Many Mac support specialists are taught to simply replace faulty drives rather than trying to return your lost data to you. It is still worth doing, but make sure they do not erase or keep your old malfunctioned hard drive. There may be further ways to return your lost data without their support.
- I have a Windows Based Computer - If you have a Dell or an HP computer, you will want to contact their support representatives to assist you in your ordeal. Hopefully, with the proper warranty, you will be able to your computer up and running through their customer support
Profession Data Recover Services
Finally, if attempts of recovering your own data have simply eluded you and your customer support did not do the trick. It is time contact the professionals in data recovery.
New Blood's Data Recovery
We have helped a number of distraught individuals through the dark and dismal times of fearing all data is lost. We have purchased some advanced software that churns through all the individual bits and bytes of your hard drive and spits out any "non-damaged" sector in to a recovered folder.
Our special hard drive connection process ensures that faulty power supplies or distroyed cables are not the problem. We can connect to all types of hard drives: Notebook Hard Drives, 3.5 Internal Hard Drives, External Hard Drives, and Network Backup Drives.
Our Data Recovery Process
Once you have completed your data recovery order, you will ship your hard drive directly to us. Our data recovery specialists will perform various methods of gathering all data from your hard drive.
After all data has been recovered, we will return your hard drive along with all data on to readable DVDs.
You will then take the DVDs and copy all recovered data to your new hard drive.
Who Do I Contact?
Don't delay, contact us now to request your free quote for your data recovery!