Hard Drive Recovery
Platinum Data Recovery is an advanced data recovery company, offering professional and secure hard drive recovery services. We receive about 20 hard drives a day, and we specialize in recovering data from every type of hard drive failure. We always perform hard drive data recovery securely onsite in our ISO 5 Class 100 certified cleanroom. Our engineers have over 15 years of experience in hard drive data recovery.Free Diagnostics
When it comes to time-sensitive business related data, we offer six different types of services, each having a different speed for recovery. Our engineers are trained to work under the pressure and around the clock. No matter how hard is the project, we can recover the data when other data recovery companies can't. We have testimonial letters from our previous customers proving that.
Why Choose Us?
Physical Hard Drive Recovery
The most common physical hard drive failures are damaged read/write heads, seized spindle motor, or electronic components failure. These problems can come from hard drives being dropped, water damaged, an incorrect power connection, etc. Keep in mind that all hard drives will crash someday, they only have a limited life span. Even if none of the mentioned scenarios has happened to your hard drive, it may still be experiencing physical problems.
We offer free diagnostic and evaluation, we are here to help!
Logical Hard Drive Recovery
Logical failures of hard drives can be as a result of corrupted data, viruses, malware, errors in software or programs, lost or accidental formatting of partitions, or even malicious deletion of data on the hard drive.
Whatever the case may be, we have invested in state-of-the-art data recovery software, as well as programmed our own to help securely get your data back, no matter the problem. If your hard drive has a logical failure, we have the solution to get your data back.
Logical or Physical hard drive data recovery can be carried out on devices from the following manufacturers:
- Western Digital
- Silicon Power
Regardless of the type of hard drive failure you're experiencing, one of the most important concerns during the hard drive data recovery process is the protection and security of the lost data. For this reason, we have developed one of the most secure and advance data recovery process in the industry, which is designed to provide complete protection and confidentiality of your data. If your hard drive has crashed, is inaccessible, or has otherwise made data irretrievable, please immediately stop using it and call us now.
Continued use of a damaged hard drive can not only cause further damage, but it can also make the hard drive data recovery process much more difficult, or even impossible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why my Hard Drive is clicking?
If your hard drive is making a continuous odd clicking sound then there can be many reasons for this issue. A clicking noise, also known as the “click of death”, is a sign of imminent hard drive failure. Typically, older models make clicking noise due to the defective movement of the disk’s read-write actuator. In new HDDs, this can be due to read/write heads damage. So, possibly your HDD is making this strange sound because of physical damage to a hard drive, insufficient power, damaged PCB, or read/write heads misalignment.
Is it possible to recover data from a burnt hard disk drive?
There is a chance to recover data from a burnt hard drive but you can never do it on your own by using data recovery software. Recovering data from a burnt HDD is a complex process and can only be performed by professionals in a well-equipped lab. So, don’t try hit-and-trial methods and half-baked knowledge because this will only make the problem worse. Don’t make a mistake of dismantle the hard disk on your own, and don’t try to boot your burnt hard drive. Contact Platinum Data Recovery to get back your lost files.
I have accidentally formatted my hard drive. Can I use data recovery software to get back my lost files?
If you’ve good knowledge of hard drives and data recovery process, then you may use a reliable data recovery software program. But if you don’t have the technical knowledge, avoid DIY recovery. It can be risky to run software but even if you plan to do it, never run the software on the same system on which you have lost data because this will lead to overwriting data.