Are you getting errors like "NTLDR not found", "Missing Operating System", or "S.M.A.R.T. failed!"? Let us help you out.
What We Can Do For You:
If you believe your hard drive has failed or may be failing the best thing you can do is turn off your computer immediately. If your hard drive has bad sectors on it that are repaired while retrieving your data it is heavily advised that the old hard drive no longer be used and the data be migrated to a new hard drive.
- Migrate data from one good drive to another.
- Recover files deleted accidentally.
- Repair bad sectors.
- Repair a broken master file table (MFT) or master boot record (MBR).
- Repair a broken raid 1/5/6/10 array
We are happy to give a free "in-shop" consultation on a dying hard drive. As a general rule of thumb if you hear no repetitive clicking then there's a good chance we can help you. If it's clicking like a metronome/grinding/squealing/ then you may want to consider using Ontrack Recovery.
What We Are Unable To Do In-House:
Metro Data, Inc. is proud to be a Kroll Ontrack®’s Data Recovery Certified Partner. Our Certified Partner status extends many benefits to our customers.
Kroll Ontrack, originally formed as Ontrack Data Recovery in 1987, is the largest, most experienced and technologically advanced provider of data recovery products and services worldwide. Performing an average of 50,000 data recoveries annually, Kroll Ontrack pioneers many of the tools and techniques used in the data recovery industry.
- Perform clean room services where the drive platters are removed from the hard drive.
- Repair drives experiencing cascade failure. This is where bad sectors cannot be repaired faster than new ones are created.
If you think that you'll need the services of a clean-room recovery, click below for a free quote.
If you're reading this then you've likely experienced data loss already. The best cure for data loss is to keep an offsite automatic backup of your data and verify periodically that it's doing its job.
For more information, call 410-667-3600.