Toshiba Hard Drive Failure

Complete drive failure. Taken apart to have a look at, makes a loud scraping noise. Not recognised by the computer at all. I have been told it is complete drive failure and this would be the only way to recover the data. Is this something you can do and how much does this service cost? The drive is a Toshiba model and I am in Leytonstone, near Foxtons.

My wifes Toshiba MK2555GSX hard drive has stopped booting up in her laptop. I’ve removed it and tried booting it by the esata port on my laptop and it makes the same sounds as on datacent.com that indicates its a stuck spindle. Would you be able to give me quote for how much it would cost to recover the data from it?

The power cord was pulled from the Netgear Readynas Duo running 3 x MK2555GSX hard drives. When it was turned back on, the lights flashed an error pattern that indicates a disk error. Upon mounting the drive in a Windows 10 machine, the Disk Management utility reports “bad disk”. DiskInternals Linux Reader’s log file says “Read Error The drive cannot find the sector requested Disk: 0 (0x6F3BAE0) Sector: 0 Size: 512b

Toshiba laptopA member of staff brought in a Toshiba laptop that would not boot up. I tried everything and no matter what i did it would not boot so i figured the hard drive might be corrupt.
I then took out the hard drive and put it into an enclosure like i normally do, it wouldnt show up in windows explorer so i made the disk online using disk part. it would then show up but i could not see any files…
I tried using Recuva, that sort of worked (showed loads of files) not one file appeared that was over 1 mb!
How much will it cost for you to recover the data. I am trying to price up if the data is worth more than the cost of repair or not.

Hard drive took a knock and now makes a whirring noise and doesn’t connect or show up on pc. I believe it is a western digital hard drive, 1tb. Would you be able to provide a quote for recovery?

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Drive not responding in Liverpool and London

I had a RAID 1 (mirror) with 2 x 2TB drives.
One of these drives (A) was accidentally taken away and some of the files deleted, this was then put back into the computer and it was hoped the files still on drive B would be restored to A.
However it seems the computer instead proceeded to update B by starting to delete files? Im not sure if this bit is true?
This update process was stopped by powering off after about 2 minutes, so it is hoped most of the missing files are still on drive B. The drive B no longer boots, drive A still boots its original OS (Fedora 20) but the deleted files on there cannot be recovered. Using a system rescue CD no other data was found.
Do you think there is a chance of getting the data, can you do it, and how much will it cost including postage (liverpool) and I’m considering using Datlabs data recovery, to restore my files.

lots of hard drives

I have a 500GB Xenta External Hard Drive that has been dropped from table height. It powers up but is not discoverable on a pc. It makes a clicking sound every 5-10 seconds which I believe to be the arm on the hard drive. I would like some information on how much it would cost to recover data from this drive and the time scale of which this would take.
Due to work operation times I can only be contacted on the email address provided above

Whilst on the subject of Datlabs, I need data recovery myself: My Lacie external hard drive (500MB) was working ok early on Saturday morning, then when returning to take some music files off to burn on CD, it just starting to make a clicking noise repeatedly & then what seems like a scratching noise and a small beeping, and would not show up as a plugged icon my laptop, Windows did show a message stating this USB could not connect to the computer. the light on the front comes on and i need to recover the data. I’m in Liverpool, near Exchange Flags.

This, 500GB Western Digital Hard Drive has failed. We need to retrieve as much of the data (documents) as possible. It spins but clicks and does not read data. Has not been dropped or submerged. Mechanical/Laser failure?
Tameem at UCL IT recommended you on London. They are not willing to open the drive to check workings.

I have a damaged flash drive and was wondering if you would be able to fix it and recover the data on it?
How much would it cost and how long would it take?
I am based close to King’s cross and Russell square.

Hard drive was dropped then suffer from high electrical power .
Data Recovery needed fixing the hard drive not necessarily.