Maxtor Data Recovery
We have successfully recovered data from all Maxtor Hard Drive systems including Maxtor Model numbers include 6Y160M0, 6H400F0, 6H500F0, 6Y080I0, 6Y250P00, 7H500R0, 6B250S0. Over the years we have received in a lot of Maxtor Diamond Max 8, Maxtor Diamond Max 9, Maxtor Diamond Max 10 Hard Disks to recover data from..
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 raid rebuild failed, degraded volume, mechanical failure, electronic failure from a power surge, Easy Recovery can successfully recover all your data from your Sata Hard Drive. 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 Maxtor 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:
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Maxtor Hard Drive Data Recovery
Despite the fact that Maxtor was bought by Seagate in 2005, the brand still continues to be manufactured. Although they are considered an incredibly reliable and high-quality external hard drive, as with any hard drive device, they are susceptible to damage and other failures that can potentially lead to the loss of data, if the situation is not properly handled by a data recovery service.
Having a problem arise that could result in the loss of data can not only be personally detrimental, but can also be damaging from a professional standpoint, so it’s important that a data recovery service work to salvage data as effectively and efficiently as possible.
The following are some of the most common problems experienced by Maxtor hard drives that can result in failure:
Bad Sectors and Degradation
When a hard drive’s ability to read data from platters becomes degraded the problem will eventually begin to affect a mechanical hard drive. It may not occur immediately, but it is inevitable, over a period of time. Typically, when this problem occurs, the drive has the ability to remap the sectors that are causing the problem and replace those sectors with reserve sectors located on the disk. However, once a sector-related problem becomes very evident to a user, it can be too late in terms of data retrieval, unless you seek the services of a professional data recovery service.
As with any hard drive, or really any type of device at all, Maxtor external hard drives can experience a failure because of a problem with one of the moving parts in the device. Hard drives experience mechanical failures most commonly with the motor spindle assembly and the read write heads. Often, when a device is experiencing a mechanical-related failure, the user will hear strange noises, such as clicking, screeching, beeping or grinding. If a user begins to suspect a mechanical failure, the best course of action is to discontinue the use of the device immediately and contact a professional data recovery service before more damage can be incurred.
Firmware, in simple terms, is the code that determines how a Maxtor device communicates with external devices, initializes and handles internal defects. If a hard drive undergoes a failure because of the corruption of the microcode of the firmware data storage is no longer possible on the device. Whenever a computer tries to access the Maxtor hard drive, it will result in an error message for the user. Specifically, when this happens with a Maxtor device, it is common that the drive’s ID will be shown as the family name as opposed to the model number. Often, components of a devices’ firmware are specific to that device, and repairing problems related to firmware corruption requires a high level of expertise.
If these or any other problems occur when using a Maxtor external hard drive, it’s best to discontinue use of the device immediately and contact a data recovery service. When individuals attempt to troubleshoot problems being experienced with a Maxtor hard drive it can lead to more problems and it decreases the likelihood that data can be recovered, even by a team of Maxtor data recovery experts.