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Those terrible four words: “my hard drive died”. It happens to every hard drive after awhile. Most have a shelf life of only three years, which varies depending on daily usage. If you want engineers with reliable know how to recover data from a dead hard drive, look no further than Data Recovery MD. We provide dead hard drive recovery for the entire country and Canada, with free estimates and a no data, no charge policy. We offer the data recovery service other services just can’t provide. Don’t let them tell you your dead hard drive’s data can’t be recovered. Come into our Manhattan offices or ship your device to us! We have industry leading $100K DSAT machinery. Only a few services on the entire continent can do what we do. With over 30 years of experience with forensic level data recovery for the FBI and Military, our engineers have what it takes to recover data from a dead hard drive.

Understanding why your hard drive died

Inside every Hard Drive (except solid state drives) are disc like objects called platters, which magnetically store data. The speed in which these circular objects rotate and offer data to the motherboard are called revolutions per minute, or RPM. After years of use, your RPM will slow down as the platters become worn. Between this, bad sectors and a weary drive head (the stem reading data from your platters), the hard drive will eventually lose function.

How will you know when “my hard drive died”? Even when a Hard Drive is non-functioning, you may be inclined to believe the issue is something else. If your hard drive was clicking, beeping or making any other odd noises in the past weeks or days, it was dying. You may have also noticed a slow computer in the process. These are two telltale signs that your hard drive has failed, and your focus should turn to recovering data from a dead drive.

At Data recovery MD, we provide the service others say they can’t. The commercially available software other services offer can’t do anything to recover data from a dead hard drive. They will merely attempt to offer you a new one. Our machinery can read from extremely damaged platters and salvage your data. We offer this service at a much more affordable rate than the tens of thousands other services charge. For these reasons and more, Data Recovery MD is your best source to recover data from a dead hard drive.