Laptop drive recovery.
From all models.
If your laptop’s hard drive is making strange noises (clicking), you should power it down immediately and contact us for advice on how to proceed. Powering it off is even more relevant if you are using an early Apple Macbook, as there are known issues with the models from 2006 and 2007.
If the laptop has suffered from a knock or a fall, and you cannot hear the hard drive at all, you should not attempt to recover it yourself.
Our engineers recover lost, deleted or damaged data from hard drives installed in all Laptop and portable computers. These include Acer, Macbook, iBook, Toshiba, ASUS, HP, Compaq, DELL, Lenovo, Gateway, Sony, Fujitsu, Microsoft (Acer Ferrari), Alienware, MSI and Samsung.
One of the common failures we see with laptop drives is “bearing seizure.” This is sometimes caused by bearing failure, but more often the result of the user either knocking their portable computer, or even setting it down hard on a table whilst it is powered on.
Other failures are physical damage, such as failed read/write heads, damaged recording medium, fire or liquid damage and those with logical damage which could be anything from corrupt firmware to data that has been damaged by virus attack or memory corruption.