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forever to load my files and can’t copy them off the drive.
I need recovery of my dead hard drive. It won’t power up and no computer recognizes it. Not spinning or anything
SERT Data Recovery’s goal is for you to be able to make an educated decision, and know exactly what you can expect BEFORE you commit to and pay for anything. We want you to get your data back, at a reasonable price.
We have designed our hard drive repair services to stand apart from any other company in the United States. We put our money where our mouth is with our flat rates, free shipping, and a no data no pay policy.
Recovery Costs? How much should hard drives cost to recover?
Successful hard drive repair, and data recovery, requires high levels of training and experience with each drive manufacturer and the tools used in the process.
The value of your data has no relevance to what it will take for one of our engineers to recover the data off the device. Some of the most difficult, time consuming cases include: lost or deleted data from formatted, damaged, clicking, dropped, failed, or otherwise dead hard drives.
SERT engineers successfully recover cases like these in our CLASS 100 ISO 5 clean room environment every day. The majority of our clients also appreciate having flat rates based on the storage capacity of their drive, and the cause of the drive failure.
After a SERT engineer evaluates your drive, you will know EXACTLY what kind of failure, and what it’s going to take to recover the data. If your data is unrecoverable, a SERT representative will be able to provide you with basic details of the results of the evaluation.
With SERT, there is no guessing game when it comes to the price. Our flat rates are for successful recoveries, so you don’t have to send your drive off wondering which kind of payment (VW or Porsche) your going to be asked to pay for your data.
We preserve the integrity of your data during crashed hard drive repair
Most computer and IT companies will try to recover your data working directly from the patient hard drive which continues to degrade the media, or worse destroys it. SERT engineers follow a highly strict set of protocols during the evaluation process of your hard disk recovery to preserve its original state of failure.hard drives we recover data from
The first thing we do to preserve the current condition of your drive is make a clone of your drive to work from.
Whether you’ve accidentally deleted files or your laptop, desktop, or external hard drive has sustained physical damage, no matter what kind of disaster you have experienced, we guarantee we have the hard drive repair and recovery skills to restore data where others will fail.
What is professional hard disk data recovery?
Usually you’ll get ONLY one chance to get your data back from a clicking, seriously damaged, dead laptop, desktop, or external hard drive.
Most “computer and IT data recovery companies” offer a limited level software recovery service.
This means the best they can do for you is simply run “over the counter” software to attempt to read data from a crashed or failed hard drive.
This WILL in fact cause more damage on a failed hard drive, making the recovery process even more complicated, or evfen impossible.
How do I know my laptop hard drive is failing?
If your laptop (or any other computer) won’t turn on, or is running terribly slow, your hard drive may be on it’s way to mechanical failure. There are many reasons that hard drives fail. The most common reason is because of the impact or shock when the laptop is banged or dropped.common hard drive recovery case
This can easily damage internal components of the hard drive. Another well known contributor to hard drive failure is power outages. Unless you have your computer connected to a UPC, your computer may abruptly shut down causing the heads of the drive to slam into the
platter instead of parking where they are supposed to.
If you have a failing, clicking, corrupt, or broken laptop, desktop, or external hard drive don’t be discouraged. The damage will persist and grow if you take the wrong steps to fix it. Once you spot the early signs of a hard drive failure locating a professional recovery service for help can mean the difference between getting your data back or never seeing it again.
Clicking hard drive recovery and more
At SERT Data Recovery, we have all the tools and the knowledge to preserve the present condition of your drive, while we evaluating the possibility of recovering your data.clicking-hard-drive-recovery
On premises we regularly deal with clicking damaged hard drives in our class 100 clean room custom built environment.
This is when the heads cannot find their way to read the date from the platters and ends up returning back to its parking position making a clicking sound.
This is usually due to bent heads or scratched platters.
How exactly does broken and crashed hard drive recovery work?
Broken and crashed hard drives are terms used to describe a problem which is really unknown. These are common terms used very loosely by individuals not familiar with the actual diagnostics process of hard drive recovery.
crashed-hard-driveThese terms can apply to laptop, desktop, or external hard drives, and usually refer to a drive in a non working state.
Crashed hard drives from an engineer’s perspective, actually relates to the drive when the read write heads have crashed into the platter, scratching them. This usually results in a hard drive data recovery case that is unrecoverable.
SERT goes above and beyond the obvious when it comes to hard drive recovery
We strive to recover every possible bit of data possible, while testing the integrity of the working files. Our engineers dive into each and every sector piecing together the file system to determine how much data the device has and where it is located.
Our engineers attempt to build the original file/folder map so you can have your data back in the structure it was originally in. This isn’t always possible however it’s our first priority when recovering your files.
We Are Your Crashed Hard Drive Data recovery Company to Trust
We understand the horrible experience of data loss, corruption, and broken drives bring, so we always go above and beyond to provide the best services – at very competitive prices. All you need to do is call to get a quote, and then send your damaged hard drive in (free of charge).
National hard drive recovery services
As a growing national hard drive data recovery service we have had experience providing external hard drive data recovery services to almost the entire United States as well as other countries. Here is a list of locations where we have successfully recovered hard drives of all types for our clients. We are currently interested in opening up a service location for future convenience: Albuquerque, New Mexico; Atlanta, Georgia; Austin, Texas; Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; El Paso, Texas; Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas; Fresno, California; Georgetown, Texas; Hampton, Virginia; Honolulu, Hawaii; Houston, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jacksonville, Florida; Kansas City, Kansas; Kansas City, Missouri; Killeen, Texas; Lakewood, Colorado; Las Vegas, Nevada; Long Beach, California; Los Angeles, California; Memphis, Tennessee; Mesa, Arizona; Miami, Florida; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Nashville, Tennessee; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York, New York; Oakland, California; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Omaha, Nebraska; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona; Portland, Oregon; Round Rock, Texas; Sacramento, California; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, California; San Francisco, California;
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California; Cambridge-Newton-Framingham, Massachusetts; Arlington, Texas; Alexandria, Virginia; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Salt Lake City, Utah; Corvallis, Oregon; Raleigh-Cary, North Carolina; Huntsville, Alabama; Provo-Orem, Utah; Bend, Oregon; Missoula, Montana; Grand Junction, Colorado; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Bethesda, Maryland; Frederick,Maryland; Rockville, Maryland; Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Beaverton, Oregon; Wilmington, Delaware; Ames, Iowa; Alabama; Arkansas; Connecticut; Delaware; Idaho; Kentucky; Maine; Mississippi; North Dakota; New Hampshire; New Jersey; Rhode Island; South Carolina. If you are interested in becoming a reseller in one of these areas, or if you are in another are not listed here
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