Hard Drive Data Recovery
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It can happen through basic user error in cases where a file is lost accidentally, and you can be assured that it is easy even for a skilled computer user to delete an important file in this manner. And although that was already covered, by no means is user error the only way that data can be lost from your hard drive.
Hard Disk Recovery Services would never downplay the horror that is file loss, loosing an important file is always serious. But if you have ever experienced the not-so-serious data loss, compared to a more serious kind, you would know what we’re talking about. These involve cases where perhaps your computer isn’t working anymore, or its working but acting strange or making strange noises and files seem to be disappearing.
Serious: This is a situation where perhaps you’ve lost a single file, but now your computer can’t boot up, or you can’t access the internet, or something isn’t working right. Again, serious, but not dangerously serious. What separates serious from extremely serious, is that in serious data loss, the situation isn’t getting any worse. You may have accidentally deleted an important file necessary to run Windows, or perhaps you’ve incorrectly formatted the partition on your hard drive and actually lost important files AND your computer isn’t working. In extremely serious situations the problem IS getting worse!
Solution: contact a reliable hard drive data
The Common Causes of Serious Data Loss
Data loss of this sort occurs most commonly by:
Power surges on un-grounded computers - although these can wipe your entire hard drive clean, meaning that your computer won’t start up and that you must avoid reinstalling Windows onto your computer at all costs. The data can be recovered by a data recovery technician in a clean room facility.
By improper repartitioning of your hard drive - For example, we had a client who added a second hard drive onto his computer which had 160 gigs of memory. The problem was that his version of Windows would only recognize up to 120 gigs and a patch from the hard drive manufacturer had to be installed so that he could partition his drives properly. He thought he knew what he was doing, he did not and as a result lost a lot of important files.
Accidentally deleting a Windows system file -
After using a computer for some time, you get to know it a little better.
Commands and programs become easier to use and computers become more friendly.
However, in some cases people get cocky and think that they know more
than they do.
In these cases data can only be recovered by bringing
your computer, or hard drive into a trained professional, so that it can
be worked on physically in a clean room facility. But there are 3 important
things for you to do.
Think your problem is worse than this? Read on about ‘extremely serious’ data loss and how to get data back by, clicking here.
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