I have a hard drive that was dropped on the floor a few days ago. I can still access files but transfer speeds are extremely slow (in the kb/s range). Ppt files regularly crash when opening. When saving, files also tend to crash. When I place my hand on the drive as it is spinning, it feels like there is a faint ticking, indicating a mechanical problem in reading files. It is essential that I recover as much data as possible (about 70gb in a 1tb Hard drive) as I am a new teacher and foolishly have not made a back up.
A friend has a Seagate 1TB hard drive that I dropped and has now stopped working. I really need the data on the hard drive as I use it to archive performances of my band. I’m wondering how much would it cost to be repaired? And where exactly are the Data Clinic hard drive recovery stores around Stockport?.
Hard drive now removed (replaced with new) from 14 year old Toshiba laptop.
Hard drive physically will not rotate and seems totally broken. I need one file from it only, a draft of my memoirs (about 75,000 words). I live close to to Bredbury and Hazel Grove area of Stockport and can call in if you wish to recover my data.
The Destop HDD isn’t able to launch Windows (10) and using the Windows recovery tool shows the main partition as empty, being a WD Blue 2.5″ 640Gb capacity. I’ve connected the HDD to an external USB3 unit but I can’t access the data.
I urgently need Data Clinic’s help in recovering the files from a Western Digital My Passport Ultra external drive. Recently it started to taking a long time to show on a 2017 Macbook Pro after a fall onto the floor. We have an older Windows machine, running Windows 7 and the drive would show up, but transferring anything in the last few hours has seen frequent I/O errors appearing. Now it is struggling to even show the folders on the drive.