Mac Recovery

Apple Mac Data Recovery

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No Fix No Fee providing there is no media damage to disk platters

Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from iMacs and Macbooks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
Mac Recovery

Software Fault £249

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £349

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Popular Reasons As To Why Apple Mac Hard Drives Cease To Work:

Apple Mac computers and laptops are sturdy pieces of equipment and perform well for the majority of their life spans but problems can and do occur when it comes to hard drives. These problems can relate to the physical hardware contained within them or indeed the software that allows them to communicate with the hardware to which they’re attached. With this in mind we are easy recovery have 15 years of experience to fall back on when it comes to problems relating to the correct and optimal operation of your Apple Mac drives. Problems which may occur can relate to the glass platters within the drives, the spindle and the actuator arm, all of which move at considerable speed even though you as the user may never be truly aware of this

Drive Head, Spindle And Platter Malfunction In Apple Mac Computers:

As well as a whole host of problems that may occur as a result of software failures there are the physical failures aplenty too which may befall your Apple Mac. In particular these problems may affect your hard drive and as a result leave you unable to access any of the data already saved there. And if you have been unfortunate enough not to be able to perform a backup beforehand this can leave you with a predicament. Physical problems such as broken spindles and the likes mean that your hard drive will not spin up or indeed may continue to do nothing other than spin. Just because a hard drive sounds as though it is working it does not necessarily mean that it is

Printed Circuit Board And/Or Onboard Electronics Shutdown Leading To Hard Drive Crash:

As a lot of the Apple Macs are now all-in-one units problems may arise because of power surges and power outages. Hard drives may fail as too may circuitry that cannot cope with the introduction of higher than normal amounts of electricity and the result is a system that no longer works. We are well versed in helping customers with problems such as this and have extensive knowledge of the problems caused by too much or not enough power to your computer.

Firmware Upgrades And Corruptions And Their Impact On Apple Mac Hard Drives:

Firmware programs are not just written by the manufacturer of the computer you are using but are also written by the manufacturers of the components used in their production. To this end whilst an Apple Mac’s firmware may run correctly, third party firmware may not and may need reinstalling or updating should there be a problem. In these instances the replacing of firmware may cause additional problems especially when it comes to the hard drives. If you are experiencing difficulty with installing or reinstalling firmware then contact us at easy recovery and we will endeavor to help repair the problem or at the very least help you recover data from a hard drive malfunctioning because of firmware issues.

Why Has Your Apple Mac Hard Drive Frozen After a System Hang Up?:

An Apple Mac may suddenly lock up or freeze as a result of problems originating on the hard drive. It may be as a result of a software installation that has corrupted boot sector files or because of bad sectors on the disk as a result of simple wear and tear. After a while the integrity of a hard drive is lessened if too many files are installed, deleted and moved around without properly housekeeping. These sudden shutdowns and freezes not only result in the loss of data but can also contribute to the degradation of other components within your computer.

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