Common Reasons Why Your Apple Mac’s Hard Drive May Become Damaged:
With 15 years experience in dealing with data recovery issues, you can be comforted with the knowledge that our experts will always do their utmost to help you resolve any issues as well as retrieve lost data. Apple Mac computers are very popular and tend to be long lasting machines. However, hard drive issues can and do occur, which can cause the machine to become damaged as well as experience a loss of data. Some hard drive issues are down to problems with the platters or spindles, or your Apple Mac could incur damage through liquid damage, general wear and tear or being dropped. Even the slightest knock can cause your Apple Mac to sustain damage to the hard drive. Simply get in touch and discuss the issues you’re experiencing and we will provide a solution.
Physical Malfunctions That Affect Your Apple Mac Computer:
The number of reasons that your Apple Mac may malfunction are vast, however, physical problems can damage both your Apple Mac and hard drive and cause you to lose data. Experiencing issues with your driver heads or platters can cause your hard drive to malfunction and possibly even crash. If this happens, there is a chance that you could lose any data. But don’t panic, at Aberdeen Data Recovery, we specialise in resolving loss of data issues. We will also try and repair any damaged equipment.
Damaging A RAID Device Through An Unsuccessful Rebuild:
A popular service that we provide is supporting companies and individuals retrieve data after an unsuccessful RAID rebuild. The most common reason a rebuild may fail is due to the RAID device experiencing a boot failure, rendering your RAID device unusable. This means that the data doesn’t get fully restored and is either lost, or inaccessible. At Aberdeen Data Recovery, we can help you successfully recover lost data after an unfinished or failed rebuild attempt.
Hard Drive Crash Due To Electronics Shut Down:
Power surges and outages can be very detrimental to your Apple Mac. A sudden surge of power can cause a hard drive to fail, so it’s important that you have an effective power surge protector to ensure situations like this don’t occur. On the other hand, power outages can also cause your hard drive to fail. Using a cable that hasn’t been provided by the manufacturer can cause serious issues and power to fail. Our 15+ years of experience in this business means that we can help you recover any lost data from a power issue.
Corrupt Firmware And Its Effect on Apple Mac Hard Drives:
Firmware modules that become corrupt can severely damage your Apple Mac’s hard drive. Firmware is usually run to fix any bugs, add functions or install updates. Issues can begin to become apparent when you experience issues with updating or re-installing firmware, especially firmware from a third party. If this is the case, you should speak to us and if possible, we will repair your Apple Mac and recover any data that has been lost through the corrupt firmware.