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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.
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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 Recovery
- Computer or hard drive is displaying unusual error messages
- Hard drive is unresponsive or slow
- Hard drive does not power up or spin
- Failure to boot or constantly freezes
- Hard drive is making unusual noises (clicking, beeping, grinding)
- Water or other liquid was spilled onto the hard drive
- Hard drive has taken impact from being dropped
- Accidental formatting or deletion of files
- Bad sectors on the hard drive are detected
- The hard drive was subjected to a virus
- Files or folders are no longer accessible on the hard drive
- Partition table has been damaged
- Any kind of physical damage to the hard drive
It is evident that there are many factors that may contribute to a hard drive failure. We have outlined only the most common occurrences. If your hard drive is experiencing other symptoms, we are still able to help. We pride ourselves in our ability to recover data from any type of failure. We are not limited by the complexity, brand, size, or manufacturer of your hard drive.
If you suspect that you are in need of Hard Drive Data Recovery, taking certain precautions can dramatically increase the chances of a successful recovery. Continuing to power up a failing hard drive can cause irreversible damage and may result in an unrecoverable hard drive. If your device shows symptoms of failure, discontinue use immediately.
Over time hard drives are bound to fail. There are two main types of hard drive failures. The most common is a logical failure. The second type of failure is a mechanical or physical failure.
The initial evaluation usually takes between 1-3 business days depending on the extent of the damage. Upon completion of the evaluation, you will receive an exact quote for the recovery. We will also provide you with the estimated time to completion and probable success rate. You can stop by anytime. An appointment is not required.
Level one recoveries are usually completed within 2 business days. This often requires complete disassembly of your machine in order to gain access to the drive. Once the drive is removed, it will be tested to confirm that a level one recovery is possible. If so, we will transfer all of the data to either an external hard drive or to another computer. The more data there is on the drive, the longer the transfer will take.
We are usually able to extract the data from the failing drives using specialized level two recovery tools. Failing drives are very delicate and must be handled properly. A level 2 recovery attempts to recover as much data as possible before the drive suffers a complete failure. Upon completion, you will be able to review the recovered data and confirm that it has been recovered to your complete satisfaction. If you are not satisfied, there is no charge for the attempt.
Before files can be restored, the drive must be disassembled and repaired. This must be done in a special environment in order to prevent damage to the data. A Class 100 clean room is necessary to safely complete a level 3 repair. Exact matching donor drives must be used to restore the patient drive. Once the data can be read properly, the file system reconstruction can begin. Depending on the extent of the damage, we can often recover all or most of the data.
Although many factors determine the cost of data recovery, it is based primarily on the level of damage to the hard drive. Detailed reconstruction is often required to get the drive back to a point where the data can be read properly. Once the drive has been rebuilt, successfully extracting the data is the easiest part! Whether its one file or a million files, the work required to get a drive operational is the same. As such, the amount of data usually doesn’t affect the price.