Types of Hard Disk Drives Data Recovery We Handle:

Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery from Desktop Drives, Laptop Drives, Camera Hard Drives

  • External / Portable Hard Disk Recovery: All makes and models of USB HDD drive with port’s 3.0, 2.0, 1.0, Seagate free agent goflex and expansion series, Western Digital my passport and elements my book my cloud and others, Toshiba, HGST/Hitachi, Samsung, Fujitsu, Maxtor, HP, IBM, Quantum, IOmega, Sony portable USB Drive Data Recovery.
Portable Hard Drive Data Recovery

External Hard Disk Data Recovery

  • Server SAS Hard Drive Data Recovery: Serially attached SATA drives are mostly used in Server’s which requires high-end performance and longer run without damages, the models and make of drives like Seagate, Western Digital, HP, Fujitsu, Dell, IBM, Maxtor SAS Server Recovery.
  • Server SCSI Hard Disk: This drive is also called as “Scuzzy” Hard Disk Drives (HDD) mostly used in workstation and servers, the drives typically contain various types of configuration like SCSI-1, SCSI-2, SCSI-3, Ultra-2, Ultra-3, Ultra-320, Ultra-640. Models: Seagate, Western Digital, HP, Fujitsu, Dell, IBM, Maxtor and other make SCSI 68 Pin and 80 Pin Server and workstation HDD Drive Recovery.

Hard Disk Operating System Types We Recover:

  • Operating System Data Recovery : Old operating systems including Windows 1998, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, with new versions of OS including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Apple Macintosh with different Mac OS versions, Linux/Unix OS such as Red Hat, Ubuntu, Knoppix) can be recovered in our data recovery lab.
  • Server Operating System Data Recovery: Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, 2013, 2016 Linux Server (Red Hat Server, Knoppix), NAS Box (EFS,HFS,EXT2/3 and UNIX NAS), Unix Server etc. We recover all types of media crash data recovery.


Different Operating System Data Recovery We Handle:

OS Type Operating System File System
Windows Data Recovery (Windows Server NT, 2000, 2003, 2008, Windows 95, ME, NT, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10..) NTFS, NTFS5, FAT12, FAT16,FAT32, VFAT, eFAT
Linux Data Recovery (Red Hat, Mandrake, Caldera,Knoppix, Suse, Fedora, Ubuntu..) Ext4, Ext3, Ext2, JFS,XFS, ReiserFS, EFS
Macintosh Data Recovery (OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac OS 10.0 Cheetah, Mac OS 10.1 Puma, Mac OS 10.2 Jaguar, Mac OS 10.3 Panther, Mac OS 10.4 Tiger, Mac OS 10.5 Snow Leopard) HFS, HFS , HFSX, UFS, FAT and HFS Wrapper
Novell Data Recovery NSS, NWFS
Unix Data Recovery HTFS, and VxFS, UFS (UFS 1, UFS 2), JFS, EAFS, HP-UX, ZFS

In hard disk drive there are several kinds of problems. Hence, our Cost for data recovery from hard disk depends on the type of issue or problem occurred in the HDD and provide quotation accordingly to the customer/client. We also provide warranty approval or replacement letter for the hard disk which are under warranty.

Hard Disk Data Recovery We Support For Following Manufacturer’s:

Seagate hard disk data recovery

Seagate (GoFlex, FreeAgent, Expansion, Backup Plus, SSHD…)

Western Digital hard disk data recovery

Western Digital (MyPassport, Mac Pro, WD Green, WD Red, WD blue, WD black, WD AV drive…)

Samsung Laptop & Desktop hard disk data recovery

Samsung Laptop & Desktop Hard Disk Data Recovery

Toshiba Laptop & Desktop drive data recovery

Toshiba (laptop desktop, micro 1.8″ Camera hard drives..)


Hitachi hard disk data recovery

Hitachi HGST Hard Disk Data Recovery

Fijitsu IBM hard disk data recovery

Fijitsu IBM Hard Disk Recovery

Sony USB hard disk data recovery

Sony USB Hard Drive Data Recovery


Buffalo Data Recovery Services

Buffalo Portable Drive Recovery

Dell Laptop & Desktop Hard Drive data recovery

Dell Laptop & Desktop Hard Disk Data Recovery

HP Data Recovery Services

Hp Laptop & Desktop Drives Recovery


Iomega Portable hard drive data recovery

Iomega External Hard Drive Data Recovery

Lacie Data Recovery Services

Lacie Portable Disk Data Recovery

Lexar Data Recovery Services

Lexar Data Recovery Service

Sun Microsystems Data Recovery Services

Sun Microsystems Data Recovery Services


Reasons behind hard drive failure? There are different purposes behind hard disk failure, however we have broadly classified into two: Hard Disk Logical Issues: Usually in this sort of hard drive, platter will be fine however the data may be lost because of formatting, hardware issues, partition table corruption, power outages, virus, data in shortcut format, accidental deletion, system crashes or user error, OS Installation without taking backup. The fundamental outcome is that the drive or files on the drive become inaccessible. Settling these sorts of harm requires specific tools to restore the information and does not require physically opening the drive. Hard Disk Physical Issues Data Recovery: In these sorts of issues, the hard drive won’t be detectable, faulty circuit board (PCBs), clicking or grinding noise, failed motors or physical harm like accidental dropping, head crashes, a portion of the segments may be bad. Now and again the hard disk will be detectable, yet information can’t be accessed to because of bad sectors. What is bad sectors and how to repair them? Hard drive has metal which turns at extremely high rates of speed (5,400 to 10,000 rpms) and are sealed in a air tight chassis. On the off chance that whenever inside this chassis a spec of dust, smoke, or part of the platters are presented to the fine magnetic needle that reads the information off those platters. On the off chance if you just have several bad sectors you may pull off it for some time, but if you have numerous, than the time has come to get another hard drive, since it will just deteriorate and inevitably lead to an total failure and data corruption. My external hard drive fell and its getting an unusual noise, what should i do? Then please turn it off now! On the off chance that your hard drive was physically dropped and is presently screeching or clicking then it implies that it has a “head crash”. These sort of accidents are the worse type, the metal magnetic reader that supposed to be floating over the disk platters isn’t any more. It is physically making dust of the platters and permanently destroying the data. Don’t continue attempting to turn it on with expectation that it will fix itself, since it will only make matters worse.