It is possible that your drive may be in a bad condition as you use. The data in your drive maybe corrupted as you prolong the use.
A drop or other physical damage
Clicking, grinding or other unusual noises
How it is done?
LOGICAL DATA RECOVERY
Can be recovered by firmware utilities to fix the bad sectors. Logical failures tend to be easier to deal with than physical failures and typically easier. During the process of data recovery, we would have to repair firmware faults and bad sectors to a point where the hard disk does not fail during the extraction period. The extraction would be the critical point for technicians. It is also the point where your data may be corrupted during the imaging process. Doing a one-to-one clone of data from your bad hard disk to our temporary hard drives.
How it is done?
PHYSICAL DATA RECOVERY
Require a removal of disk platter for inspection. Physcial failures are much more difficult. It can vary from a head crash to a logic board mismatch. A head crash causes the sliders to break off the reader. When that happens, your system will not be able to detect the hard disk. A logic board mismatch can vary from a few module repair to the entire chassis of the hard disk to be replaced. It may stop the power from going into the hard disk at all. The entire process of physical repair is almost similar to a transplant.
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