We usually tell our clients that the question is not if a hard drive will fail, but rather just a question of when it will fail. As a data recovery service provider we perform the majority of our data recovery services on traditional hard drives. Our team has developed proprietary tools and an in-depth understanding of almost every hard drive architecture from the 1990’s to present.

This has allowed us to consistently deliver some of the industry highest recovery rates for our clients. If you have an internal desktop or laptop hard drive or an external drive that has failed, you have come to the right place. Our data recovery specialist will give you peace of mind in knowing that experienced and well qualified engineers will work on your data recovery case.

Hard Drive Recovery Services in Houston Texas

Regardless if it’s a Seagate, Samsung, Toshiba, Hitachi or Western Digital hard drive, our team is equipped to produce the quickest possible recovery for your case.

Please call 832-968-8881 immediately to obtain a free analysis for your hard drive data recovery case

All Operating Systems / All Storage Media

Our team works closely with all storage device vendors and leading computer makers to help guarantee your original equipment’s warranty is never compromised.

Reasons for Hard Drive to Fail

  • Disk Reformatting/Accidental Deletion
  • Mechanical Hard Drive Failures
  • Head Crash Causing Platter Damage
  • Virus/Malware
  • Deleted Files and Partitions
  • Blue Screen Of Death
  • File Overwrites
  • Physical Damage From Fire or Flood
  • Software Corruption

Hard drives use a magnetic head to read data imprinted on spinning platters. A hard drive can fail if the platter develops bad sectors, preventing the head from reading data from that sector. It can fail if the platter becomes scratched or knocked out of alignment. Or it can fail if the magnetic head actually gets stuck to the platter. This is called a head crash and could mean complete data loss if you don’t call a professional data recovery service to repair the drive and extract the data.

When hard drive failure is occurring or imminent, often signaled by a beeping or clicking hard drive, it’s important to power down your drive immediately! Taking any other action, including repeatedly rebooting the computer to attempt to read the data on the drive, could ruin the hard drive and make data recovery impossible. If 24 Hour Data can get your data back after such extensive damage, it’s likely to cost more.

Power down your computer at the first sign of hard drive failure and call a professional!