G-Technology Data Recovery

In 2004, Medea Corporation (founded in the late 1980s) was sold to Avid Technology. The co-founder of Medea purchased the rights to one of their products from Avid (a two-drive RAID storage system) and opened up a business in Santa Monica. The company sold products to a local community of creative professionals. In 2006, they signed an agreement with Apple that increased its product placement in U.S. Apple stores. Their revenue skyrocketed.

In 2008, after being acquired by Fabrik Inc, G-Technology introduced the world’s first 500GB portable storage at Macworld Expo, as well as the industry’s first 1TB portable external storage drive. In the 2009 Macworld Expo, G-Technology announced the first family of external Solid-State Drives.

G-Technology is currently owned by HGST.

G-Tech products we work with include, but are not limited to:

  • G-CONNECT
  • G-DRIVE slim
  • G-DRIVE mobile USB
  • G-DRIVE mobile
  • G-DRIVE mini
  • G-DRIVE
  • G-RAID
  • G-RAID mini
  • G-SPEED Q
  • G-SPEED eS
  • G-SPEED eS Pro
  • G-SPEED shuttle

Common Problems

Overheating can be common in G-Tech products. Aside from the drive remaining silent when powering up, you can occasionally smell the burning from the PCB (Printed Circuit Board). It is increasingly common that G-Technology drives will not mount or show on the disk utility, which could show electrical damage. Problems with the PCB can prevent the hard drive from being recognized by the computer. G-SPEEDs also have a Temperature Warning light that will stay solid red if there is a hard disk drive failure. A blinking red light should be normal during power-up, or during formatting. Clicking noises have also been described, which would indicate a physical problem with the hard drive. Immediately turn off the drive and contact us. Do not power up the device. These noises indicate internal damage to the drive and running them can cause further damage to the platters, where the data is stored.

Why Choose Us?

At Platinum Data Recovery, our team has over 15 years of experience in repairing these drives. No matter the issue, we can help! Our on-site ISO 100 Class 5 Certified cleanroom allows us to safely open your hard drive to get right to the root of the problem. Over the years, we have built relationships with hard drive vendors around the globe, allowing us to track down the exact parts needed to extract the data from any drive. We also have a collection of software programs (including some of our own design) which helps us repair structures and compile the corrupted data to its original form. It’s easy to see why Platinum Data Recovery has the specialists you need to retrieve your valuable data and send you home satisfied!

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Fast & Secured G-TECHNOLOGY Data Recovery

At Platinum Data Recovery, we recover data from all models of G-Technology drives including all RAID configurations. G-Technology, owned by HGST, a subsidiary of Western Digital, offers external storage devices for professionals under the product lines G-speed, G-RAID, G-safe, and G-drive for desktop mobile, and network services. The external hard drive produced by G-Technology is fast and safe but data loss is still inevitable. We understand the importance of your data and every case is treated on an urgent basis. Whether you’ve lost data due to accidental deletion, improper operation, formatting, virus attack, or even system error, we have a solution for your needs. You can rely on us for all your G-TECHNOLOGY hard drive and SSD data recovery needs.

As a leading data recovery company specializing in G-TECHNOLOGY recovery, Platinum Data Recovery is the name you can trust to recover data from G-TECHNOLOGY hard disk drives, external drives, and SSDs. Our data recovery technicians have the skills, experience, and tools that are required for successful data recoveries to retrieve lost data. If you’ve accidentally deleted files, they are still on the G-Technology external hard drive and are just marked as inaccessible data by system. You might permanently lose those files if you continue to write new data on that drive. So, stop using your hard drive and contact us to recover deleted files from G-Technology external hard drive

G-Technology Data Recovery FAQs

How can I restore my deleted pictures from G-Technology external hard drive?
If you have accidentally deleted files stored on G-Technology hard drive and you don’t have any backup then it’s possible to retrieve those files. Whether you’ve lost files due to intentional or accidental deletion, the deleted files are still on G-Technology external hard drive. They are just marked as inaccessible data by system. You will only lose them permanently when you overwrite that data with new files. To recover your deleted photos you may use data recovery software. However, if you don’t have much knowledge of complex data recovery procedures, it’s better to seek professional assistance. Experts at Platinum Data Recovery can restore files from G-Technology hard drive- no matter how you’ve lost data.

What are the common causes of data loss from G-Technology devices?
G-Technology storage media like an external hard drive is fast and safe. However, like all other storage devices, data loss is inevitable. Users may lose their data due to several reasons such as accidental deletion, improper operation, formatting, virus attack, or system error. Regardless of the cause of the data loss, users can restore lost data if they do not use that device anymore and take action immediately.

Does formatting a drive permanently remove data?
Formatting is not a destructive process and if you don’t write any new data to the formatted drive, you still have a chance of getting your files back. Unless special format instructions were applied, there is sill a chance of recovering data.

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“I would personally like to thank David Green and the Platinum Data Recovery team for saving important data that  we needed to perform critical historical reports… Platinum Data Recovery was able to provide a great turn around on the data.”

Mohamud Mahmoud, Sr. Systems Administrator

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Our experts specialize in the following brands:
Western Digital, Seagate, Hitachi, Toshiba, Lacie, Iomega, G-Tech, Sandisk, Lexar and etc.