Solution to Windows Data RecoveryData recovery is one of the important requirements of any modern day user of computers and technology. There is so much data around and many of it is of utmost importance to the user. But many-a-times it happens that we or someone else deletes some very important data by mistake. That is where the data recovery techniques come in handy. We at Realtime Support Data Recovery provide the best of Windows data recovery techniques and services. The physical damage to the hard drive is caused by a number of reasons. Some of these are mechanical or electrical failure, hard drive with burned chips, hard drives which the BIOS cannot identify and others. The point to be noted here is that there can be non-physical damage as well to the hard disk which can be due to virus attacks, corrupt partition tables, formatted drives etc. We have trained engineers who can identify the exact issue and work on it which is the reason for the efficiency of Realtime Support Data Recovery in Windows recovery. There are some signals which the hard drive shows that you can utilize to find out whether it is going to face trouble. One of the most common one is noise coming from the hard drive. One more sign is when you feel that the hard drive is spinning but is not detected by the BIOS. This is a tricky situation and if you are not really sure of the problem, it is better not to act. In such situations we are there to provide our guidance and help so that you don’t lose the valuable data. Sometimes it so happens that we try to back up the data using repair utilities or other recovery tools and end up doing more damage. Realtime Support Data Recovery help you avoid such a situation.
Reasons for physical damage to the hard drive
- Mechanical failure, clicking noise
- Electrical failure
- Misalignment of Read/Write Heads
- Damaged Read/Write Heads
- Hard drives not being recognized by the BIOS.
- Drives with burned chips on the logic board
- Drives with physical damage, such as being dropped, flooded etc.
- Drive Platters with excessive bad sectors
Reasons for non-physical (logical) damage to the hard drive
- Corrupted Partition Tables
- Corrupted File Allocation Tables (FAT)
- Corrupted Master File Tables (MFT)
- Deleted Files
- Formatted Drives
- Virus Attacks