Hard Drive Recovery
We have successfully recovered data from all leading hard drive brands, hard disk models and hard disk drive failures causing data losses. We have a proven track record of 1000's of successful data recoveries from laptop, desktop, Mac, server, NAS systems etc. From the older IDE drives to the latest SSD and micro-drives we can recover your data.
Be a case of formatting the wrong hard disk, deleting data, virus attack, operating system not booting, data deletion, or a more complex case of mechanical failure, electronic failure from a power surge, Easy Recovery can successfully recover all your data. We pride ourselves on how quick we perform our services, our aim is not to meet your expectations but exceed them.
Call us on 0800 075 0720 for a quote from one of our specialist data recovery engineers. We can normally diagnose the problem with a disk and give a full cost and timescales for recovery via phone. The quote is free with no obligation to proceed.
We offer 3 options for data recovery:
Our pricing is very competitive compared to other UK Data Recovery Companies. Due to the recession we have reduced our pricing to reflect 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.
Hard Drive Repair
For many people, hard drives are one of the most important tools used in everyday life. A hard drive is a valuable asset, because it stores data of all types, from pictures and other personal items, to important work-related information. When a hard drive fails and needs repair, it can be a very difficult time, and when it occurs in a professional setting, it can be costly and lead to downtime and decreased employee productivity.
Although the reasons vary, there are a few main reasons that hard drives often need repair, including:
A logical failure is not the result of physical damage to the components of a hard drive. Instead, logical failures occur because of situations such as virus infections or because of an error. A logical failure can lead to data becoming inaccessible by the user of the computer. In addition to errors and viruses, logical failures can also occur because of accidental reformatting, lost partitions and corrupted files.
Bad sectors are also referred to as media degradation, and this is a problem that occurs when a hard disk develops bad sectors. If too many bad sectors are developed within a device, it makes it impossible to read the platters, which means a loss of data for the user. There is not one particular reason that a hard drive might experience bad sectors—reasons can range from viruses to physical damage that is the result of mishandling.
Mechanical and Electrical Failures
A mechanical failure is due to the loss of proper functioning of one of the components of the hard drive, such as a head crash or a problem with the motor.
An electrical failure occurs as the result of a device receiving the wrong amount of voltage, which can be due to a situation such as a lightning strike or a power surge.
Data Recovery and Hard Drive Repair
Unlike other aspects of computer repair, the repair of a hard drive is an incredibly complicated process, because if it isn’t done correctly, it can mean a permanent loss of data. Hard drive repair should not be attempted by an individual without the proper training, experience, equipment and environment. Additionally, traditional computer repair shops often don’t have the expertise to recover data from a damaged hard drive. The best solution if a failure occurs is to contact a data recovery service like us.
A data recovery service is beneficial because only the most innovative and effective tools and techniques will be utilised in the process. In addition to working to recover data, a recovery service will perform a full diagnostic exam on the device, to assess the cause of the problem, which will then allow the service to repair the hard drive and bring it back to proper working order. For example, if the problem is based on a mechanical issue, a data recovery service will not only save the data, but will also repair the component within the system that is causing the problem. Prior to ever performing repairs, the data recovery service will first work to recover all data.