Iomega Data Recovery
Data recovery professionals at Platinum Data Recovery are qualified and experienced to solve any data loss problem with your Iomega device. Our team is proficient in recovering data from broken and damaged Iomega hard drives. We have state-of-art tools to retrieve deleted files or inaccessible data. Even if your hard drive has burnt or water damaged, our experts can help you restore your lost data. No matter how your Iomega device has got damaged, our team can handle even the most complex cases and recover data from damaged and non-detected Iomega hard drives. Whether it’s Logical or Firmware issue, PCB damages, slow reading, CRC Errors or physical damages, we have the right solution for all type of data loss cases.
Iomega products we work with include, but are not limited to:
• Iomega Prestige Portable Series
• Iomega eGo Portable Series
• Iomega eGo Desktop Series
• Iomega eGo Compact Portable
• Iomega eGo Portable Mac Edition
• Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive
• Iomega Black Series Desktop Hard Drive
• Iomega Silver Series Desktop Hard Drive
• Iomega UltraMax Series
• Iomega MiniMax Series
• Iomega External SSD Flash Drive (SuperSpeed)
• Iomega ScreenPlay Multimedia Drives
• Iomega StorCenter PX, PX12-350, IX12-300
• Iomega NAS
• Iomega Zip Portable USB Drive
Like most hard drive, Iomega products can be prone to problems from time to time, both logical and physical. Occasionally you’ll hear knocking, clicking, or beeping noises. This is typically caused by problems with the read/write head. The clicking may indicate damaged read/write heads, and can occasionally fail to be recognized by the OS. If you hear something similar to a “whining” or “beeping” noise, that could possibly indicate a motor failure. This can sometimes be caused by physical trauma, like a fall. Regardless of the issue, if you hear any odd sounds then power down the device immediately and do not turn it on. This could cause further damage to the platters and make the recovery process more difficult.
Why Choose Us?
Our Engineers here at Platinum Data Recovery are proud to help, no matter what the obstacle! We have access to leading-edge hard disk drive data recovery technology and our engineers use the latest equipment and methods. We have an ISO 5 Class 100 certified cleanroom onsite, which allows us to avoid all risks while opening a hard drive and make the data recovery process completely secure. With over 15 years of experience, we are determined to produce first-class results. We make sure that every one of our clients receives the highest attention and customer care. Don’t risk your valuable data. Rely on the experts!
Iomega Data Loss Solution
When a LenovoEMC (formerly known as Iomega) NAS device fails, our engineers at Platinum Data Recovery can come to your rescue. We have state-of-the-art data recovery equipment, and our engineers possess a deep understanding of the complex factors that affect NAS devices. We have experience in recovering data from all RAID levels and LenovoEMC NAS models. LenovoEMC NAS devices are commonly found in homes, as well as offices. The high-end features, modern hardware, as well as great backups and restoration options make LenovoEMC systems a dependable storage media. However, these features don’t mean that they’re not going to fail. As is the case with any storage system, LenovoEMC systems may also fail.
In the present digital space, losing data is a common occurrence. If you’re experiencing data-related issues with NAS devices, don’t waste time. When it comes to NAS device failure, time plays a crucial role. To avoid losing your data, contact us as soon as you notice signs of data loss. We use specialized tools and perform the data recovery process in an ISO 5 Class 100 certified cleanroom to ensure successful data recovery. Every failure is slightly different, but if the data exists on the device, we make sure to recover it to a usable state. Our data recovery process starts with an evaluation to find the cause of failure and data loss. With this, we will provide an affordable quote for recovery. If you agree to go ahead, our certified engineers perform the recovery process, and the recovered data will be taken through a strict quality control process to ensure that it is in a useable format for the client.
How often do Iomega NAS drives fail?
Typically, NAS drives have an average lifespan of three to five years. However, hard drives contain moving parts that make them vulnerable to damage and failure. Iomega NAS may encounter some problems due to kinetic energy, lubrication issues, as well as wear and tear.
What is Iomega NAS server controller failure?
Similar to RAID controllers, NAS server controllers can also fail. This happens when the hardware which controls the hard drives in the server suffers a failure. Failure of NAS controllers leads to loss of RAID configuration and recovering data can be tricky in this situation.
What is the cost of Iomega NAS data recovery?
The cost of the NAS data recovery service can be estimated only after the analysis of your failed Iomega NAS system. NAS data recovery is a complex process and the cost depends on the severity of NAS failure. Depending on whether your NAS server is responding or not and the type of damage it has suffered the cost of recovery will be estimated. Once you submit your NAS device for diagnosis, our data recovery engineers will find out the cause of damage, the time needed to recover data, and the cost of the job.
In 1980, Iomega was founded. They became a significant name when they created their most famous product: the Zip Drive. It was known as revolutionary, seeing as the previous capacity for floppy disks was 1.44MB while the Zip Disk offered 100MB. Unfortunately, when CD-RW drives provided intense competition, there was a dramatic decline in Zip Drive sales. To combat it, they introduced drives with 250MB and 750MB capacities, but to no avail. During their significant plummet in stock prices, Iomega released an MP3 player, many external hard drives, NAS products, and optical drives.
In 2008, EMC Corporations acquired Iomega. They kept the brand name to release their StorCenter NAS line and a few other products. In 2012, it was revealed that over 16,000 Iomega drives and their data were available to the public via the internet. The password security systems programmed into the drives were disabled by default at the time they were sold. After this controversy, all models thereafter provided clear warnings to consumers and businesses about unsecured data and the risks. Password security has been enabled by default since.
In 2013, EMC and Lenovo formed a joint company that took over Iomega’s business, called LenovoEMC. Iomega was re-branded as LenovoEMC products. They now provide products for small/medium businesses. Lenovo is looking to benefit greatly from the high profit margins seen in the NAS market.