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We love to share our works with our page visitors. The below posts are from the data recovery cases we received.

HDD Data Recovery | Faulty PCB

It is not always heads and platters that cause problems or get damaged. Listen carefully, and if you can’t hear a specific motor spinning, platter movement whir, a circuit board definitely should be on your to-check list. A faulty PCB can cause such problems and we see it all the times. From burnt PCBs to…

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Data recovery from formatted RAID Array | Successful Case

Data redundancy, speed advantages and data protection that RAID systems provide, of course, are useful features. However, “data protection” is a slippery expression. Multiple drives damage, RAID controller failure are not the only issues that RAID systems suffer from. Data loss due to data overwriting is not less scary. Rebuilding the damaged RAID, adding new…

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SSD Data Recovery (Micron)

Solid-state drives are much more robust compared to traditional hard drives. They have no moving parts and thanks to it, SSDs are more durable and resistant to sudden vibrations and shocks. Fire damage, however, can be severe for any kind of storage devices. Causes of a fire can be different. It can be triggered when…

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Flash media data recovery

One would hardly expect it – you drop your Flash drive and here you go, it is not recognized by your computer. Are these tiny data storages really that fragile? In fact, yes, they are. They should be handled with proper care. It is not a good idea to carry your Flash media in your…

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Toshiba HDD Data Recovery

Bad things happen to hard drives, but to make the damage even more catastrophic you need a human. Curiosity is a natural thing and we understand that. With hard drives though, it could be risky. A single mistake can have a negative impact on businesses and individuals. Sure, it depends on how important the data…

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MicroSD Card Data Recovery

Cards don’t have mechanical parts inside that break, but this fact doesn’t keep them from getting damaged. You can find these little cards almost on every smartphone, digital cameras. Did you know that these kinds of storages are not meant to permanently store critical data on them? Due to their structure and size, MicroSD cards…

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Server Data Recovery – IBM System x3650 M4

Quarantine tip for system administrators: Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water and take good care of your server! Yet another uncontrolled server and RAID system. Small businesses suffer the most when the only server machine that they have crashes. An old server like the rack-mountable IBM System x3650 M4 can…

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HDD Head Swap In Action

The accident never says when it’ll strike. Data recovery emergency can happen at any time. Our drop-off system allows us to receive damaged media even during quarantine times. Because hard drive crashes are not going to stop no matter what pandemic is out there. Here you see a recent Seagate HDD head swap process in…

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Dropped WD My Passport Hard Drive Data Recovery

We received the latest WD 2TB Palmer SED drive, which was previously opened by another data recovery company to inspect the mechanical failure. The customer brought the hard drive to our company to recover data as our price was much more competitive. The hard drive had surface damages and failed magnetic head assembly as the…

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Successful RAID 5 Data Recovery

“We were actually going to implement a backup plan just a day before the crash happened”. This is what we hear most when it is a RAID case. A few days ago, we received a RAID 5 case with 4 members disks. There were no physical crashes, this time nor was it a controller issue….

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