|Hard Disk RecoveryData Recovery Labs offers data recovery solutions for all makes and models of hard drives. Our professional hard drive recovery specialists use state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology to ensure the highest recovery rate of your lost data. Where other companies may consider a failed hard drive unrecoverable, Data Recovery Labs may still be able to recover seemingly lost data.
Hard Drive Recovery for Any Situation
Data Recovery Labs can recover data from any type of hard drive with all types of failures. Our data recovery engineers have seen every situation imaginable.
Now a day Hard disk drives are the most popular and convenient storage media to store or save data. But if these hard disk drives get corrupted or damaged, they will lead to many Hardships. In this case you need a Specialized Hard Disk Recovery Services.We at Disk Data Recovery provide crashed hard disk recovery services on all standard desktop hard disk drives, Laptop, and SCSI disk drives.We provide you with the best crashed hard disk recovery services.
- Logical Hard Drive Recovery - A drive that is still physically working, however, data is not able to be accessed due to corruption, virus infection, lost partition, file deletion, or accidental re-formatting.
- Physical Hard Drive Recovery - A drive that has mechanically or physically failed, typically a crashed head, failed motor or damaged PCB board. These drives must be opened and examined in our Class 100 Cleanroom.
- Natural Disaster - Drives that are affected by natural disasters such as a lightning strike, hurricane, tornado, fire, flood, or earthquake can most likely be recovered. Even if your drive has been fully submerged for an extended period of time, it is possible to recover its data.
Data Recovery process that leads to recovery or salvaging of data from physically crashed hard disk is known as Physical Data Recovery. When there is a physical damage with Hard Disk, need of Physical Data Recovery arises. Hard disk can get physically damaged due to some common reasons as follows:
- Hard disk crash
- Damaged Logic cards
- Head crashes
- Fire or heat damages
- Shocks or abuses
- Water and fire damages
- Broken spindles
- Damaged platters