Services

Our Key Services

  • Hard Disks recovery (All brands laptop and desktop)
  • Memory Card and Pen Drive recovery
  • CCTV footage recovery
  • Data recovery from Internal Memory Storage and SD Cards of mobiles (mobile phone must be working)

Understand Your Fault

There are various problems a hard drive can suffer. The following block diagram can help one self evaulate the current fault. It is highly recommended that you get your drive to us for a analysis

Any HDD
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Laptop
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Desktop

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Server
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Detected
<b>Detected</b>
Undetected
<b>Undetected</b>
Dead
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Detected HDD
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Showing Capacity
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Lost Partition
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Deleted Files
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Formatted Drive
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Shows Data,Cant Copy
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Overwritten Data
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Incorrect Capacity
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Encrypted Data
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Undetected HDD
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Logical Problem
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Physical Problem
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Firmware and Factory Files
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Logical Bad Sectors in Factory Area
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PCB Failure
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Weak Heads
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Head Platter Stuck

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Electronic
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Mechanical
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PCB Mismatch
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Burnt Motor
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Platter Scratched
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Opened HDD
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Dropped HDD(shock)
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Head Screw Alignment Tampered
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Clicking Noise in HDD can be due to Logical and/or physical issues.
A clicking sound fails to necessarily be an indicative of a physical problem
unless drive experiences a fall
Clicking pattern has to be closely analysed to pin point the realm of fault being
Logical or Physical and is not always indicative of faulty heads.
Depending upon the fault, a clicking drive can remain detected and give data for a period of time
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Detected
<b>Detected</b>
Undetected
<b>Undetected</b>
Dead
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Detected
<b>Detected</b>
Undetected
<b>Undetected</b>
Dead
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Cost And Time

Most of the clients wish to know the cost of recovery, of their hard disk, so that they can give their hard disks for data recovery, provided it suits their budget.

The average cost of recovery depends upon:

  • the data recovery time
  • detection
  • head faults
  • component purchace
  • hard disk availability
  • amount of data required by the customer and
  • other outgoing expenses before a recovery is sheduled

The analysis has to be done primarily, which can take 20 minutes.The cost of data recovery ranges from 1500 to a limit of 50,000. The average being 4500-9500 for most of the customers depending upon the size of the hard disk too.

Head and platter transplant cost more as the procedures have to be done in clean room. We do head and platter transplant only for customers who are ready to arrange for a donor hard disk, and ready to accept the fact that the procedure is just a 50:50 chance of recovery. We refuse head platter exchange with drives that are tampered, or contain scratches or damaged platter surface.

Click Of Death Hoax

Note that, clicking hard drives (especially WD drives) never directly implies that the heads are gone. Heads can be tested in non invasive way and hence theere is no need to physically open the HDD to check condition of the head. There are also cases where in the case of multihead drive if a few heads fail, data can be salvaged from just the working heads without a hard drive head transplant for hard disk data recovery.

Note: Please read our Agreement and Recovery Protocol; it will help avoid misunderstandings.