PC Recovery

  • Standard Service (2 - 3 Days) - £249
  • Express Service (2 Days) - £495
  • Critical Service (1 Day) - £895
PC Recovery

Software Fault £249

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £349

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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PC is not Responding when you Power on PC Computer:

PC hard drive failures often happen with little or no warning. You may be given some warning and if so it is best take the appropriate step and power down your computer. The infamous ‘Blue Screen of Death’ is sadly a reliable indicator that something is amiss. If this is displayed and your computer reboots in a never-ending cycle then there is definitely a problem. Noises that our clients have described as sounding like metal against metal are also a good yet unwelcome indicator that something is awry although it is unfortunate that a great number of people tend to ignore this carry on. Prior to the failure of your hard drive you may well notice a reduction in overall performance. One symptom is a noticeable gap in proceedings when it comes to opening or closing a file with a save. This can indicate that the sectors on the disk may be suffering a level of corruption or are being degraded. If you have become aware of these symptoms contact us immediately at www.advancedharddriverecovery.co.uk to reduce the risk of losing your valuable data.

The Mechanical Failure Issues Of Your PC Hard Drive:

The actuator arm is part of the hardware that makes your hard drive work. This arm passes over the platters of the hard drive at 50+ movements a second and enables the reading and writing of data in conjunction with the Read/Write heads. If this device fails then you will be not be able to access any data on your hard drive. A clearly recognisable sign that the arm has failed is a clicking sound that signifies bumping against the platters as opposed to passing over them. We recommend shutting down your computer immediately in order to reduce further degradation of the platter’s glass or ceramic surface, and then contact us at www.advancedharddriverecovery.co.uk for help and advice.

Electronic Problems That Can Affect Your PC Hard Drive:

Among the components that allow your hard drive to function in unison with your computer are those housed on the PCB on the hard drive itself. These components namely capacitors, resistors and chips allow the passing of information backwards and forwards and are susceptible to damage if an unusually large electrical current passes through the computer. This may happen if you are using your computer without a surge protection unit and because power surges normally happen without warning the damage can be done before you realise it has even happened.

PC And Hard Drive Firmware Problems:

Firmware allows communication between your hard drive and the motherboard of your computer. It also allows the hard drive to work in tandem with the other devices in your computer such as CD and DVD ROM drives. This small program is written directly onto the hard drive or onto a chip on the PCB in the factory and its sole purpose is to make sure that information is sent to and from the drive in the correct way. Firmware failure may well leave you with a hard drive that is still receiving power and behaving as though it is functioning even though it is not being recognised by the operating system of your computer.

PC Hard Drive Suffering From Below Average Performance Levels:

The degradation of your PC is noticeable if the operating system you are running begins to freeze when you try to carry out specific tasks or if your ability to save data is impaired by means of a ‘warm reboot’. Poor performance issues with your computer should not be overlooked or ignored and should not be put down to problems with other devices such as memory. It is common for a failing hard drive to cause a reduction in the speed of a PC and also the persistent rebooting of the machine without warning. Should you experience any of these issues we recommend powering down your computer and contacting us at www.advancedharddriverecovery.co.uk.

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