Seagate ST2000DM001 Hard Drive Data Recovery

Seagate ST2000DM001 Hard Drive Data Recovery

Need Seagate ST2000DM001 Hard Drive Data Recovery or Repair? Mass Data Recovery is experienced with Seagate ST2000DM001 hard drive data recovery and repairs.  The good news is that our data recovery specialists can recover data from these failed hard drives.   Success with ST2000DM001 Data Recovery.  Brand: Seagate Type: 3.5″ Desktop HDD Model: ST2000DM001 Capacity: 2000 GB Mass Data Recovery Knows Seagate  Mass Data Recovery has successfully recovered data from many Seagate hard drives including model ST2000DM001.  Our extensive in house donor part inventory has many of the donor parts needed to speed up the recovery process. Symptoms Indicating Your Hard Drive Needs Data…

Will That Click Cost You Thousands?

Will That Click Cost You Thousands?

Ransomware was undeniably the biggest security threat of 2016. No-one was safe. Hackers targeted everyone and everything, including home PCs – and they were astoundingly successful – earning themselves upwards of $846 million from US reported incidents alone. Business is booming for hackers, with thousands of attacks each day bringing in an average of $640 per target. Perhaps even more alarmingly, the financial cost of each individual attack is on the rise – the more ransomware proves to be an easy earner for them, the more they demand each time. For a quick payday, some hackers offer to ‘rescue’ you…

Hard Drive Making Noise?

Hard Drive Making Noise?

Nothing can cause panic like computer issues, especially when it comes to your hard drive making noise. Sounds like clicking, screeching and whirring are usually indicative of an impending storage failure.  If you hear noises like these and you are still able to access your files – backup immediately!! The next thing you should do is power your computer down.  Don’t let your hard drive continue to spin if it’s acting up. Doing so could rob you of valuable recovery time. Lastly, get your drive to a professional and try not to panic. I know that’s easier said than done but…

FAQ’s

FAQ’s

These frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) are a drop down list of questions and answers commonly asked regarding data recovery. Hopefully you will find the answers you are looking for here. If not, feel free to contact us. We are always happy to help!  

Glossary of Terms

Glossary of Terms

Append: In its most basic form, tape technology is linear in fashion. Later technologies employ serpentine recording where the tape is written/read in multiple passes moving forward and in reverse. There are also helical scan formats, such as DDS, 8mm and AIT, which are written diagonally across the tape. Archive: Long term on-site or off-site storage. ASCII: American Standard Code Information Interchange. An ANSI (American National Standards Institute) code for transferring information from one computer language to another. Backup: To copy information from one type of data storage medium onto another data storage medium. Backup of data ensures information is…

Data Recovery Tips

Data Recovery Tips

Data loss is a situation which no one would like to face. In case of data loss, first analyze the cause of data loss. There are various reasons like power surges, mechanical failure, software corruption, virus attacks, hard drive crashes, simple file system corruption, or even natural disasters. Data loss conditions should be handled with great care otherwise the situation may become more critical. What ever may be the reason for data loss, Mass Data Recovery can help!   Some simple tips to be followed in case of data loss: Do not attempt to recover data using a software utility…

Faulty Hard Drive Sounds

Faulty Hard Drive Sounds

These are some typical sounds we hear in our data recovery lab. If your hard drive makes noises like these and you are still able to access your files – backup immediately. If your drive can no longer be seen in your system please power it off and call or visit our office for a free consultation. To listen to the sound simply click on the link: Bad Head Head Crash Head Stuck to Platter Slow Spindle Motor