Hard Drive and Solid State Drive Recovery
Recovering data and files from a single media such as hard drives or solid state drives are by far the most common data recovery service we see. We can perform a recovery on files that were either deleted, corrupted, or stuck in a damaged hard drive. Failure of mechanical hard drives is more common due to the friction created by spinning disks, and most of the time replacement of certain mechanical parts can make the data recovery process simple. Solid State Drives whether SATA, mSATA, or m.2 don’t experience mechanical problems, but experience wear on the cells making the recovery process slightly more complex but very possible. All other single media storage devices can be recovered as well such as Flash Drives, External Hard Drives, and much more. Performing incremental backups of these devices can avoid having to go through the data recovery process as well as minimalize data loss. If you’re experiencing what may be a failed drive, whether it be unresponsiveness or odd noises coming from your system, we recommend shutting it down immediately and scheduling an inspection. When handling this tricky topic, we always follow best practices, and you should too.