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Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from Windows PCs. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
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Software Fault £249

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £349

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

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An Overview As To The Reasons Why PC Hard Drives Malfunction:

Unlike Apple Mac computers PCs tend to use a myriad of components that are garnered from a variety of different sources and then put together to make one machine. As a result of this many problems can arise as a result of one or more faults caused by the degradation of components from one or more manufacturers. This is no more evident than in the case of hard drives that are manufactured by a great many companies and then sold on to PC manufacturers. Where one PC in a range may develop a fault on a hard drive another in the same range may develop a different fault because the hard drive was manufactured elsewhere. To this end it is difficult to say that one maker suffers a problem more than another. That said the general problems are physical malfunctions within the hard drive as well as incorrect or corrupted firmware. Add to this the human factor and there are a whole host of problems that can occur. We are here to help if you should encounter such a problem and we can be contacted via www.easyrecovery.co.uk

PC Read/Write Problems And What May Cause Them:

PC hard drives often have physical failings such as spindles and platters falling out of alignment as well as actuator arms that break or twist and Ribbon cables that kink beyond use. We have come across these and many other problems during our 15-year existence and can offer you a diagnosis as to what the cause of the problem might be. And even if we are not in a position to repair the hard drive itself we can certainly help reunite you with your missing data that would otherwise be lost if you simply decided to replace the drive.

PC Hard Drive And PCB Failure Due To Power Surges:

Many of us, either at home or at work, tend to leave our PCs on for long periods of time. Not only does this count towards reducing the lifespan of the computer but it also increases the risk of the PC suffering a problem caused by a power outage or surge. A power surge can damage the hard drive, the CPU, the memory or the motherboard, all of which are key components in your PC and its ability to function. Whereas a motherboard, CPU or memory can be replaced without the loss of data sadly this cannot be said about a hard drive and therefore it may be necessary to call upon the services of us here at www.easyrecovery.co.uk in order to help you recover that data.

PC Onboard Firmware And Software Changes Influencing A Crash:

Problems arising from issues with firmware are common. Whilst manufacturers attempt as much as possible to ensure their firmware programs are correct in relation to their hardware sometimes problems do occur. When these problems do occur where hard drives are concerned the results to the user can be catastrophic. Loss of data and an overall inability to access the hard drive can be just some of the results and as such we are here at www.easyrecovery.co.uk to help should your PCs firmware render your hard drive unusable.

Why Has Your PC Become Unresponsive After An Unannounced Crash?:

Stalling, jittering or completely freezing systems are asymptomatic of hard drive related problems such as bad sectors and read/write errors. Many users think that by performing a defrag or using third party software to try and clean their hard drives this problem will resolve itself. Sadly however this is not the case as a computer that is prone to crashing or ‘hanging’ is in itself a symptom of a degrading hard drive; one that is likely sooner rather than later to fail

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