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The PCs often undergo failure because of because of some malware and viruses. You may face abrupt booting process of your system, during the failure. Such conditions can lead to data loss from the internal hard disk drive, if not resolved immediately.
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Mechanical Fault £299

2-3 Days

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Common PC Hard drive problems

The hard drives often witness malfunctioning when they are subjected to any software corruption. Even, the hard drive fails to function, when the replacement process is not maintained properly. In such situations, you may face critical issues in accessing your files on your PC. If you are not taking any immediate action over that, then it’s for sure, you are going to lose all your data permanently.

Common PC Hard drive problems

Motherboard failure –

The hard drives are connected to the Motherboards. Thus, if there is any issue with the motherboard, then it’s obvious the hard drive will also stop functioning. Your PC may undergo unfortunate booting process, due to this and there are high chances of data loss.

Master/Slave drive failure –

Every PC has two types of the hard drive – Master and Slave. The master hard drive mainly refers to the hard drive, which includes the boot-up files. Whereas the Slave hard drive includes only data files. In case, any of these hard drives are subjected to failure; then it will lead to data loss for sure.

Device Firmware problems –

Firmware is a small program, which regulates the functioning of hard drives. You can also say that Firmware validates the commands for hard drives. If your firmware is not updated or is simply damaged, then your hard drive will be automatically affected.

Operating system failure –

Sometimes, the operating system fails to detect the internal hard drive of your PC. This simply happens because your operating system is subjected to any virus or software malfunctioning. It is recommended not to manipulate with the OS, and should simply turn off the power.

No matters, what’s the issue with your PC hard drive, we at Swindon Data Recovery, ensure you reliable recovery solutions. Talk to our experts today and avail the best benefits, at affordable pricing.

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