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Hard drive data recovery is the process of recovering data from corrupted or physically damaged hard drives. In today's business environment, employees rely on computers to perform nearly every aspect of their jobs. Lost data can in some cases mean hours of lost productivity, which can mean angry customers or incomplete projects. But, there is a solution. Hard drive data recovery software can scan hard drives and find all (or nearly all) of the data on a computer.

Data can be lost for any number of reasons. Mechanical failures are often one reason for data loss, but reformatting, overwriting, and viral infection are also common causes. Differing data loss causes can demand different recovery techniques, but the results are usually the same; data that was lost is made available again.

There are basically two different data recovery classifications. The first involves hard drive data recovery software, and is by far the cheapest and most user friendly option available. The most common usage for hard drive data recovery software is accidentally deleted files, boot sector problems, and partitioning issues.

Small Footprint, Big Impact
It is extremely important to remember that you should never use or purchase software that requires you to install it directly onto your hard drive. By installing software, you run the risk of accidentally overwriting your lost data, making it impossible to retrieve. Your best solution is a program that has a small footprint, and will not take up much space; something that can be saved and run directly from a CD or disk. This will eliminate your risk of writing over critical data.

The second data recovery classification is usually based around a larger problem. If your hard disk has encountered any physical damage, such as overheating or head damage, or your computer has encountered obvious damage such as that from vandalism, fire, or flooding, software will not work. If there is a buzzing or clicking coming from your hard drive, if you are encountering errors upon start up, or your computer has booting difficulties, this can mean your drive has experienced physical damage. In this case, a hard disk drive recovery professional will need to repair your drive in a Class 100 clean room, and this process can take anywhere from 2-6 day to complete.

Hard drive data recovery software comes in many different forms. Our base product that can help you extract accidental deleted files is called file recovery software. Reboot may also help in repairing your boot sector. Our flagship product, which is the most powerful in our hard drive data recovery software library is called Data recovery software.

If you are experiencing data loss issues, we recommend you request a hard drive data recovery quote here.

Your data is as important to us as it is to you. Don't take any risks with it. Once a Data Recovery Software Services technician has discussed your data loss issue with you, we can often recover your data within 48 hours. Contact us now, and ensure your data is restored immediately.

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