I frequent quite a few forums and it’s not uncommon for me to read posts regularly about someones computer breaking down or how they got a virus and can’t boot their computer anymore or worst of all how they heard funny noises coming from their computer and then their hard drive suddenly failed.
Did you know that when you hear strange sounds or a clicking noise coming from your hard drive that it’s probably best to shut down your computer and not attempt any recovery attempts? You can end up causing more damage to your hard drive if you continue to run it when it’s in a degraded state. Doing this could make your data unrecoverable!
If you suspect that your hard drive isn’t working properly and could fail or know that it’s broken thats the time to get in touch with a hard drive repair specialist.
DTIDATA specializes in Hard Drive Recovery. Their staff of engineers keep themselves up to date on the latest technology related to hard drive data recovery. In fact, their R&D team is responsible for developing new recovery technology so you can rest assured that when you have your hard drive repaired by DTIDATA they are using the latest and likely best techniques available.
DTIDATA has a class 100 clean room that they use for all Hard Drive Recovery. This will help ensure that no dust or particles will get into your hard drive as they work on retrieving your data.
Once you send your hard drive to DTIDATA for Hard drive recovery and it’s received by the company they log it into their database and assign a case number. They then send you a message that includes your case number so that you can track your hard drives recovery.
One thing that I really like about this company is that they don’t charge any diagnostic fees. If they can’t recover data from your hard drive there’s no charge, in fact they don’t charge you at all unless they recover 100% of your data. That’s how confident they are in their service.
Hopefully your hard drive continues to work well for a long time to come, but if you ever do need to have your hard drive repaired or have the data recovered remember DTIDATA.