Hard drives are very delicate and are easy to damage, which is a good reason why you should have multiple sources of backup so that you never lose your personal data. Drives can be damaged but are generally repairable, for example when a job gets sent to us at R3, nine times out of ten we can get the drive into some form of working state, even if it’s for a few minutes or hours before the heads eventually die.
For a drive to be unrecoverable, it has to have sustained a certain amount of damage for it to be completely unrepairable.
Here are a few reasons as to why a drive can be deemed as unrecoverable:
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We had a very unfortunate accident, where our main server was knocked over and our Western Digital hard drive was damaged. Our software maintenance engineers were unable to help us. Fortunately the R3 Data Recovery came to the rescue and worked tirelessly over the weekend to get us up and running they kept us informed all the way through the process and were always available on the phone. They were very professional and efficient and I would highly recommend them to anybody.
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