Hard drive failure will generally render its PC inoperable. This is generally what people are referring to when they say their computer has “crashed”. Hard drives are complex devices, involving many moving components. Just as things will wear out on something like your vehicle, these components fail unexpectedly, making the hard drive inoperable. In other situations, incidents like drops and spills may damage the internal mechanics of the hard drive. Mechanical failures will not deter us, data recovery is still possible in these situations.
We understand the unexpected happens at the worst times, which is why DNA Computers is the place to go when you experience unexpected data loss. Whether your hard drive has failed, or you need deleted files restored, we have the tools for data recovery and can get your data back!
Causes of Hard Drive Failure
Failing drives aren’t the only hazards posed to the integrity of your files. Beside genuine accidents, system updates, viruses, and program crashes all pose risks to your data. If you have lost files for any of these reasons, data recovery is right for you. We can figuratively “turn back time” and retrieve files that surely seemed lost. We employ industry-standard forensic-level recovery software. All manners of file types are possible to be recovered. Successful recoveries have found photos, music, documents, log files, movies, albums, and accounting software databases, as well as many more.
Data Recovery Experts
The unexpected rarely happens at a good time. We understand how frustrating this is. You need your files so you can get back to working on what is important to you. Trust DNA Computers with your data recovery. Our expert technicians are equipped to deal with a variety of storage devices including external hard drives, Mac and PC hard drives, Mac and PC SSDs, in addition to digital camera, smartphone, and tablet SD cards. We have also recovered data from flash drives with broken USB connectors. Celebrating 10 years in business, visit DNA Computers today, your friendly neighborhood computer store.