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What is Data Recovery?

What is Data Recovery? what are the causes for the failure of hard drive devices?

Data recovery is the process when the corrupt or inaccessible data is being retrieved from the damaged or in some way corrupted digital media when it cannot be accessed normally

  • It is frequently used when the data needs to be recovered from such devices as DVDs, CDs, Floppy Disks, Hard Disk Drives, Xboxes, Mobile Phones, Tapes, Memory Cards, Personal Digital Assistants and many other items.

Reasons behind Mechanical failure of the Hard Drive

  • Damage to the device
  • Human error,
  • power surges
  • software viruses.

There are two categories of data loss

  • Logical Failures
  •  Physical Failures

There are two categories of data loss

  • Logical Failures
  •  Physical Failures

Reasons behind a logical hard drive crash

such as

  • File system corruption
  • OS malfunction
  • Severe conflict with recently installed hardware/software
  • Virus /malware infection

Generally, in these situations, data is easier to recover as long as the data has not been overwritten by subsequent usage

  • If BIOS is not showing your hard drive or there is a clicking/clinging sound at start-up or even no sound of disk movement, then maybe your hard drive has been physically damaged. It can be a mechanical components failure, electrical damage, or firmware corruption that is responsible for the failure of the hard drive.
  • With advanced data recovery tools, techniques, a skilled team of engineers, and must need CLASS 100 Clean Room labs, DSS ( Data Storage Services) recovery service providers are able to recover data from any damaged hard drive safely.

In computing, data is information that has been translated into a form that is more convenient to move or process Relative to today’s computers and transmission media, data is information converted into binary digital form. A file system is a means to organize data expected to be retained after a program terminates by providing procedures to store, retrieve and update data, as well as

manage the available space on the device(s) which contain it

File systems are used on data storage devices, such as hard disk drives, floppy disks, optical discs, or flash memory storage devices, to maintain the physical locations of the computer files

  • Organizes data in an efficient manner and is tuned to the specific characteristics of the device
  • There is usually a tight coupling between the operating system and the file system
  • To control access to the data and Metadata.
  • Without a filesystem, the program would not be able to access data by file name or directory and would need to be able to directly access data regions on a storage device

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