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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.

Magnetic Heads Assembly – MHA | HDD Data Recovery

A very delicate part of a traditional hard disk drive – magnetic heads assembly. So what is it? Magnetic heads assembly consists of two different main units. One of them is called the Head Stack Assembly (HSA). HSA itself has many subassemblies. There is a special chip attached to HSA called preamplifier or preamp in…

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To DIY Or Not To DIY | HDD Data Recovery

Here goes a question – To DIY or not to DIY? Well, it was DIY this time. Another customer who decided to give it a try. The heads were badly damaged. HDD read/write heads can go bad for many reasons. When read/write heads are landed onto platters it is not an immediate death sentence for…

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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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