Apple Mac Data Recovery
We recovery data from all makes and models of hard disks. From internal hard disk like Seagate, Western Digital and Maxtor disks to External disks like Lacie and Buffalo to Raid disks like Dell and Compaq etc.
Call us on 0800 075 0720 for a quote from one of our Apple Mac Data Recovery Engineers. The quote is free with no obligation to proceed.
We offer 3 options for data recovery:
Our pricing is very competitive compared to other London Data Recovery Companies. Due to the current recession we have reduced our pricing to relect the current climate. This means you can get a 1st class data recovery service for a great price. We can recover from hard disks that have:
Click on Data Recovery process on top menu for instructions on how to send your media to us.
Mac Data Recovery
Macs are computer devices that are designed and developed by the Apple company. The use of Mac devices has grown tremendously over the years, and many people are dedicated exclusively the use of the company’s products. There are a number of benefits associated with the use of Mac computers, and although it may simply come down to a matter of preference, there are some people that claim Mac computers offer tremendous benefits over other PC brands.
The operating system used by Mac is the Mac OS, and the current system is the Mac OS X. The operating system has a set of code names, including puma, jaguar, panther, tiger and leopard.
Benefits of Using a Mac Computer
One of the primary reasons many users report using a Mac computer over another PC is because of the security features offered by Apple products. Macs are designed with Linux-based software, which prevents accidental programming changes from occurring. This means that Macs are generally less susceptible to viruses, the deletion or alteration of programs or other security issues that can affect personal computers.
It’s also the case that many users find Macs to be subject to less overall downtime due to repair, reprogramming and reformatting.
Possible Causes of Mac System Failure
Despite the decreased likelihood of problems that can lead to data loss occurring with Macs, the possibility is still very real for Mac users. Although Mac does take special care to prevent a number of problems from occurring on a frequent basis, any mechanical device is subject to any number of errors which can lead to the loss of data. Failures can occur for a variety of reasons, from physical damage to a hard drive failure because of basic wear and tear. As is the case with most hard drives, it’s not a matter of if the hard drive will fail, but when it will fail.
Reasons Mac hard drives typically fail include:
- A virus that has corrupted the system
- Accidental reformatting of partitions
- Corrupted firmware
- Damage from fire or water
- Drives or partitions that are inaccessible
- Components of the hard drive are experiencing failure
Signs that your Mac hard drive is experiencing a potential failure:
- The machine won’t boot
- Clicking sounds coming from the computer
- Applications are not able to run
- Spinning “beach ball” appears on the screen
- A flashing or blinking question mark appears
How to Handle a Mac Hard Drive Failure
If you are a Mac user and you experience what seems to be a malfunction or a potential hard drive failure, the best course of action is to turn off the machine and contact a professional Mac data recovery service. A Mac data recovery service should be able to offer help for any range of Mac products, including laptops, notebooks, desktops, and external USB and firewire hard disk drives.
It’s generally not adequate to take a Mac device to an IT repair shop, because data recovery is a unique and highly specialised field that requires expertise and a specialised facility.