SYBA Data Recovery
At Platinum Data Recovery, we have the skills and experience to perform safe SYBA data recovery. External hard disk drives (HDD) and USB flash drives provide the most convenient way of storing and transferring data. However, these external storage devices are more at risk of physical damage and data loss. So, when your external data storage media gets damaged and you feel worried about losing your data, think of us. Platinum Data Recovery specializes in recovering lost or corrupted data from all types of data storage devices, including SYBA hard drive enclosures. Irrespective of the make and model of your hard drive, our team is experienced in retrieving data from all types of HDDs, SSDs, and other devices. Over the years, we have recovered data from hard drives of almost every brand. So, no matter what hard drive is inside your SYBA enclosure, we can help you get back your lost data.
SYBA products we work with include, but are not limited to:
• SYBA 4-Bay HDD Non-RAID Enclosure- SY-ENC50104
• SYBA 8-Bay Non-RAID Hard Drive External USB 3.0 Enclosure
• SYBA Thunderbolt 3 enclosures for a Single M.2 NVMe SSDs
• SYBA 3-Bay SATA/SAS HDD Internal Enclosure – SY-MRA35029
• SYBA USB 3.0 Dual 3.5″ SATA Drive RAID Enclosure – SY-ENC35028
• SYBA USB-C M.2 M-key SSD External Enclosure
• SYBA USB 3.0 Enclosure for 2.5″ SATA III HDD SDD – SI-ENC25032
SYBA Data Loss Problems
External hard drives typically consist of a standard 2.5″ or 3.5″ hard drive in a simple enclosure. To make internal hard drives portable, SYBA enclosures can be used that comes with an external port that connects to a computer or other media devices, usually via USB. Due to external factors like fire/water damage or accidental dropping, these enclosures often get damaged. Also, sometimes the drive inside the enclosure suffers mechanical or logical failure that leads to data loss. In all possible situations of data loss, Platinum Data Recovery provides the most feasible data recovery solution. As qualified recovery experts, we offer industry-leading HDD data recovery services. Whether you’re using Seagate, Western Digital, Toshiba, G-Tech, or any other hard drive, we work with HDDs and SSDs of all manufacturers.
Hard drives consist of internal components that sustain wear and tear as they age. When platters get scratched or actuator arms stop working properly, users suffer data loss. Other common issues include water damage, power surge, and virus infection that can cause serious data loss. Whether your hard drive is dead, the server has failed, or the device is just not detected, our expert technicians can tackle every issue. We are experienced in handling physical hard drive failures and logical data corruption. All the damaged hard drives are opened in our state-of-the-art Certified ISO cleanroom to ensure the safety of your device and data. We have also developed proprietary techniques and software to provide you custom data recovery solutions.
Why my Hard Drive in SYBA enclosure is Clicking?
The cause of strange clicking or buzzing sound can be insufficient power, malfunctioning PCB, or read/write heads misalignment. When a hard drive suffers physical damage, get exposed to magnetic fields, or suffer a sharp impact or environmental contamination, it can cause a head crash. Also, with continuous usage, hard drives sustain wear and tear and may produce clicking noise. You should not ignore this odd noise and seek the help of a professional before your data is lost.
Is my data safe in an SYBA RAID enclosure?
When it comes to data loss, not all RAID modes provide data redundancy. RAID modes like RAID 0 that are designed for performance or storage capacity do not provide redundancy. Typically, 2-bay and 4-bay RAID enclosures (e.g. RAID 1 or RAID 5) prevent data loss if one drive fails at a time. However, data loss becomes unavoidable if more than one hard drives fail simultaneously or data deleted by accident. Also, a defective RAID controller, malware infection, or data corruption may cause data loss. If you are using a Non-RAID enclosure, the data stored on the failed drive is lost while other drives remain unaffected.
How can I avoid data loss?
No matter how safely you use your hard drive or any other device, accidents happen all the time. To avoid unexpected data loss, always keep a second copy of your data in a different location. Maintaining multiple data backups helps in recovering your important files in case of accidental deletion, data corruption, or sudden device failure.
SYBA, Suit Your Business Anticipation, was founded in 2001 to service the IT industry. The company manufactures PC components used for connectivity. SYBA also provides affordable PC peripherals, notebooks, tablets, servers, and smartphones. However, the enclosures produced by SYBA are most widely used. These enclosures make internal hard drives external to give it portability. The SYBA enclosures for 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch IDE hard drives can be used to move data between computers. HDD enclosures come with different interfaces like USB 2.0, USB 3.0, Firewire, eSATA, and even SCSI, and Ethernet. Users get HDD enclosures because these are inexpensive as compared to new external hard drives. However, often these enclosures along with the drive inside get damaged. And when that happens, it becomes imperative to get your data recovered from a data recovery professional.
Recovering data from a damaged external hard drive involves opening the enclosure that might void its warranty. However, if the drive inside the SYBA enclosure fails, it’s easy to open and recover data without voiding any warranty. Users can recover their data and simply put a new drive into the enclosure. Engineers at Platinum Data Recovery are qualified and certified to recover data from both internal and external hard drives without voiding any warranties. Whether your SYBA device has got broken or internal HDD is corrupted, we can solve all your data loss related problems. Businesses, as well as individuals, rely on us to recover their lost data from failed internal hard disk drives, external HDDs, and other data storage products that have sustained physical or logical damage.