Ransomware Attack Data Recovery: 4 Factors to Consider

Ransomware attacks continue to threaten businesses, local governments, and nonprofit organizations — and the trend is unlikely to change anytime soon. According to public records, more than 400 city and county governments have sustained ransomware attacks since 2014. Private...
February 23, 2022

What is the Single Most Important Part of Data Recovery?

Data loss can be expensive, frustrating, and heartbreaking — and while data recovery is almost always possible, our clients often ask for tips for improving their chances of a successful case result. Our answer: Understand the signs of data loss...
February 16, 2022

A Look Inside Datarecovery.com’s Hard Drive Parts Inventory

In order to recover data from a physically damaged hard drive, engineers need to return the drive to a working condition. That’s easier said than done — hard drive components are extremely drive-specific. In some cases, drives with identical model...
February 7, 2022

What Happens During a Data Recovery Media Evaluation?

Most reputable data recovery providers evaluate storage media before providing a quote. In another article, we explained why evaluations are necessary — if you missed it, you can read more here.  But what happens during a data recovery media evaluation?...
January 4, 2022

The Problem With Flat-Rate Hard Drive Data Recovery

Imagine taking your car to a mechanic that charges a flat rate for every service. Whether you’re getting a routine tune-up or a new transmission, you’ll pay a few hundred dollars. Most consumers wouldn’t trust the mechanic — especially with...
December 15, 2021

How Can I Tell If My Hard Drive is Broken?

Modern hard disk drives (HDDs) have an expected operating lifespan of 3-5 years, according to their warranties — but many HDDs operate reliably for much longer. Unfortunately, no HDD lasts forever; hard drives have mechanical components that wear out over...
November 29, 2021

Can You Fix a Broken SATA Connector on a Hard Drive?

A hard drive’s Serial ATA (or SATA) connector allows storage media to interface with the computer. It’s essential to hard drive operation — and unfortunately, it’s an extremely fragile component. With a small amount of pressure, computer users can easily...
November 23, 2021

Do-It-Yourself Hard Drive Data Recovery: 4 Factors to Consider

When your hard drive fails — or you suddenly lose access to important files, and you realize that you don’t have a functional backup — you’ll need to either recreate your work or find a way to recover the data....
November 18, 2021

How Much Does Data Recovery of a Hard Drive Cost?

It’s no secret: Hard drive data recovery can be expensive. For an individual hard drive, costs can vary from $100 to upwards of $2,000 — and while data recovery is reasonably affordable in the vast majority of cases, consumers have...
November 12, 2021

6 Data Backup Mistakes That Increase Your Risk of Data Loss

At Datarecovery.com, we offer professional data recovery services for all types of digital storage devices. Through our full-service laboratories, we can quickly restore data in most scenarios, and we offer a no data, no charge guarantee to give our clients...
November 8, 2021