Data Clinic Ltd have opened 3 new data recovery centres in the UK in Bristol, Southampton and Edinburgh.
A recent hard drive problem caused me to loose access to my data. This put me in quite a panic as I was unsure what to do and didn’t know whether I’d ever get the data back? I didn’t even know if there were any Scottish data recovery companies – fortunately there are, please refer to my previous post about one in Glasgow. I’m just outside of Edinburgh so decided to take a drive across to Glasgow and get my data back. Whilst I was there they told me about some other data they’d got back for Scottish people and businesses.
No drive on Macbook
This enquiry was from Ayr, Ayrshire: When i insert my external hard drive on my macbook air laptop, it is appearing in the devices section on opening finder. However, the hard drive is not appearing when i click on Go and then click on computer. Additionally, even when i open the hard drive, the files are appearing on the screen but i am unable to open any file. I recently used my hard drive and it was working fine. Kindly advice with the procedure to resolve this problem and also the cost for the same.
Seagate HDD not reading
And this one from Perth: I have a Seagate backup plus external drive that stopped working. I took it out of the black casing in the hope I could add it to my computer to get the data from it but nothing works… I have also tried putting it in an external drive reader … not having any of it.
It is void of its casing but I still have the bits that enable it to be hooked up as an external… what are your thoughts on costing this job please? I have business items on the disk that I would hate to lose.
And finally this one came from Aberdeen: My computer would not boot up and the person I called out said the hard drive was at fault and beyond his ability to repair and therefore data was in his opinion unrecoverable He did suggest a data repair specialist like your self in Aberdeen.
He tried to fire up the hard drive with a USB Cable (in a USB caddy) and also inside another computer. Both times the hard drive starts to vibrate but quickly stops spinning.
The hard drive in question is a Toshiba MK3265GSX HDD2H83.
So including mine, there are 4 enquiries about data recovery in Scotland, one each from Edinburgh, Perth, Aberdeen and Ayr. And yes, I got my files back, but my hard drive was beyond repair and I had to buy a new one.