Data Recovery

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Bay area computer is not responsible for your crash hard drive and data loss if you need professional help please call me and i can guide you . We can look at your computer and sometimes we are successful and sometime hard drive is damage internally and needs 3 rd level data recovery  We do our best to save your data but you should know back up your data in 3  places .

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 The Bad news is . Your broken computer actually be a damage hard drive .

The Good News is you can call Bay Area Computer Repairs to have a look at your drive first and we can decide what to do next .

Data loss can be an incredibly stressful ordeal. We empathize with what you’re going through. It can cost you a huge amount of money  for one simple mistake – Not backing up your files!!  We all fail to do it consistently, but we can do is help you get your data back and provide some resources to make sure that you don’t make the same mistake twice.

Bay Area Computer Repairs can help you to look at your drive . We do not charge if we can’t get your data back .But we can refer you to highly reputable  company in Bay Area  who can get your data back.

One thing is important to remember regarding the success of recovering your data:  It is important to stop using the computer or hard drive on which the data was lost immediately — further use may jeopardize the chances of successfully recovering the lost data.

 

Symptoms of Data Loss – You may have encountered a problem with data loss if you observe any of the following:

    • Water or another liquid was spilled on the hard drive or computer
    • Water or another liquid was spilled on the hard drive or computer
    • The computer or hard drive was physically damaged by dropping, hitting against the wall, etc.
    • The computer or hard drive overheated for any reason or was damaged by fire
    • The computer or hard drive was damaged as a result of an electrical power surge or outage
    • The computer or hard drive was damaged as a result of an earthquake, storm, or natural disaster
    • Some or all of the partitions have been formatted (e.g., using fdisk)
    • You hear grinding or clicking noises coming from the computer or hard drive
    • A file or folder on your hard drive becomes inaccessible due for no apparent reason, or due to virus attack or virus infection
    • A file or folder was accidentally deleted
    • The hard drive is no longer recognized by the BIOS after rebooting
    • The system BIOS displays the message “Primary hard disk failure” or “Secondary hard disk failure”
    • The system displays the error message “boot disk error, insert boot disk press any key to continue”
    • The system displays the message “NTLDR is missing, Press any key to restart”
    • The partition table is corrupt or damaged for any reason.
    • The system displays the message “Operating system not found” or “missing operating system”
    • The BIOS recognizes the hard drive but with incorrect parameters
    • The BIOS recognizes the hard drive but the data is inaccessible
    • The hard drive reports bad sectors

We can repair bad sectors on the harddrive, but here is a little tip – Do not leave your files , pictures, or music  in the same computer you are using consistently!! Always backup to an external drive, dvds, or online backup system.

If you need help recovering data from a crashed or damaged hard drive, do not hesitate to give us a call!! Bay Area Computer Repairs can help you get your data back and your life back to normal!

 

Recovery Tips

Lost Data? Your Next Steps are Crucial!

To avoid permanent data loss, follow these important guidelines:

  • If your hard drive is making clicking, grinding or whirring sounds, shut down the drive or your computer immediately. These sounds could be the read/write heads hitting or scraping the hard disk platters. Severe or complete data loss could result.
  • If your data is critical, make sure you choose a reputable recovery firm that can properly recover data from mechanically failed or physically damaged drives. Even the simplest recovery attempts could render your data unrecoverable.
  • Avoid “home remedies” you may have read about on the web such as placing a non-spinning hard drive in a freezer or hitting a drive on its side. Much of this information is inaccurate and while some may claim success, these suggestions may actually harm the device and could lead to permanent data loss. We recommend that you do not gamble with your irreplaceable data.

The first recovery attempt is always the best recovery attempt. At DriveSavers, our engineers use the safest methods available to ensure your data is not lost from repeated recovery attempts.

When Disaster Strikes:

  • If possible, back up your important data immediately
  • Do not use data recovery software if the hard drive makes scraping, tapping, clicking or humming sounds
  • Do not power up a device that has obvious physical damage or is making unusual sounds
  • Shut down the computer to avoid further damage to the drive and its data
  • Do not attempt recovery yourself on severely traumatized drives (wet, dropped, etc.)
  • If you’ve lost critical data, DriveSavers recovery service is your best and safest option
  • Never assume data is unrecoverable
  • DriveSavers has successfully recovered data from hundreds of thousands of drives with extreme physical and logical damage

Preventing Data Loss

Everyone should adopt strategies to ensure critical information is protected from corruption and loss.

Best Practices:

  • Never upgrade to a new version of an operating system without having a verified backup
  • Use up-to-date hardware and software utilities for data security, such as firewalls and virus protection
  • Scan all incoming data; such as emails, websites and downloads for viruses and malware
  • Connect computers to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to protect against power surges
  • Avoid static discharge when touching or handling any storage media, especially in excessively dry environments

Backup Strategies:

  • Invest in redundant backup systems. Use a direct attached backup device for your computer and an additional network or cloud-based backup
  • Establish a structured daily backup procedure to make copies of all critical data files
  • Periodically test the backups by restoring a few files and verifying the data

Call Bay Area Computer Repairs at (415) 368-8544 or Contact Us Today!!