Clicking Hard Drive Data Recovery
Do you hear a abnormal clicking sound coming from your computer? If so, do not continue to make attempts at recovering the data. You will only cause further damage. That clicking sound is most likely your hard drive. A clicking hard drive can mean several things including:
- Damaged or failed read/write heads
- Damage to the servo area of the disk platters
- Physical damage to the magnetic surface of the platters
- Damaged electronics or head preamplifier
Flashback Data can recover your lost data from any of the above problems and more by utilizing our state of the art tools and techniques as well as our
Class 10 Cleanroom Environment. The internal mechanical components of a hard disk drive are very sensitive and can easily
be further damaged by an inexperienced technician without the proper tools. If the hard drive heads or platters are exposed to dust or debris, your data is in jeopardy.
If you are experiencing a similar problem; please consult a professional. Feel free to contact Flashback Data via phone or web form at anytime 24 hours a day 7 days a week.