The phone calls keep coming in for which I am grateful. It’s all work and I love to recover data. Here are some of the latest woes I’ve had to deal with, from both hard drives and mobile phones.
1TB Toshiba external hard drive.
No physical damage. no clicking. no noise. cannot access data.
I have 3x8mm data cartridges (http://www.ebay.co.uk/p/TDK-3-pack-of-30-Minute-Vhs-c-Camcorder-Tapes-Tc-30hg/691427480) that were used to record video on a camcorder roughly 20 years ago. I need to get the data turned into digital so that I can watch them back (the old camcorder is long gone).
Western Digital (MyBook) external hard disk that was providing backup to my MacBook Pro has stopped working and it asks if I want to reboot the hard disk. I need to recover the data as it has backup plus other data stored on the disk. The hard drive is just clicking and appearing on the desk top. Ive checked to see if the data reading arm is stuck. it isn’t.
Dropped my hard drive while moving from one room to another, plugged it in and it started making a beeping noise. I looked online and it said it might be a problem with the heads. I really need to get the data off my hard drive and I am hoping you will have a solution for me. It is a WD My Passport for mac, not sure how old.
Asus laptop failed when trying to boot up once it has lost all of battery life (i tired to boot up as i believed it was connected to power, but it later transpired that battery ran out as power socket was turned off). Only bios screen comes up when turning on, the computer does not ‘see’ the hard drive.
No mechanical damage.
I have a 32 GB micro SD which wont allow me to access my JPEG images, there is a lot of photos of sentimental value to me so it would be nice to recover these damaged/corrupted files. no issue accessing and seeing the files, however I cannot see the images. I am a student in Preston and would be looking for a affordable price. Tried a few softwares, nothing works
My issue involves my laptop starting up, however before booting to a log in screen it shows a message which says the hard drive is corrupted.
Is there anything you could do to recover my data? As a warning the PC is holding quite a substantial amount of data (perhaps 600/700GB?). I’m quite keen to recover it!