Hard Disk (HDD’s ) (Hard Drive) Recovery

Located in Ahmedabad, our hard disk data recovery lab offers the best data recovery services in India for logically and physically crashed HDD disks 

Micronics Data Recovery Lab has been providing HDD and hard drive recovery services since 2002. Our engineers are experts in all types of hard disk data recovery. Some of our specialties include Seagate HDD recovery, Western Digital HDD recovery, Samsung HDD recovery, Hitachi HDD recovery, Toshiba HDD recovery, Maxtor HDD recovery and Fujitsu HDD recovery. Micronics engineers are skilled at recovering data in every file system type, including IDE drives, SATA drives, SCSI drives and SAS drives.

Hard Disk Data Recovery

The majority of data loss results from hardware failures or physical damage, accounting for 42% of all data loss. Hard drive with clicks, spin motor stuck/burned, PCBA damage, bad sectors, firmware/ROM damage, service information detection. The media will make clicking and grinding noises. You keep hearing that little voice in your head mockingly shouting “you should have backed up the data”. 

58% of data loss is caused by logical failure, inexperienced and human error, virus infection, file system corruption, deleted files and folders, formatted systems, and software malfunctions.

Our Data Recovery Process can help you extract data from a range of situations. Our services will meet your expectations with 100% customer satisfaction. We promise that our lab engineer can do Data Recovery with Format Recovery, Virus Damage, Partition Raw Display, Not Detected Hard Disk Issue, PCBA Burnt Hard Disk Firmware/ROM Damage, Head Partially Read/Write Issue, Head Crashed and much more. Our recovery method is 100% safe and professional in every situation. 

Our Disk Recovery Services includes:

  • Formatted Disk Recovery
  • Hardware Failure Recovery
  • Corrupted File Systems Recovery
  • Flood Damaged Drives
  • Human Error (Deleted)
  • Virus Infected Disk Recovery
  • Fire Damaged Disk Recovery

Hard Drive Evaluation

We offer a complimentary evaluation if you send us your single-drive – as long as it hasn’t been opened and exposed to air, or sustained water or fire damage. We’ll perform an evaluation on the hard drive and work quickly to determine the cause of the failure. Once we know what needs to be done for data retrieval, we’ll reach out to you with all the information you need. We understand how stressful it can be to see your hard drive fail, and our staff will be there for you along the entire process and help get your data recovered as soon as possible.

What to do when you experience hard drive failure

The most common cause of data loss is hard drive failure, which can have negative consequences for any business. Unfortunately, hard drive failure is a part of life. A firm’s hard drive failure is inevitable. The question is not whether or not it will happen, but when. However, hard drive failure does not have to result in data loss with proper planning and a strategic response. The following seven strategies can be used to deal with hard drive failure.

  1. If the failed drive is the system boot disk, immediately unplug the computer and remove the drive. Do not attempt to reboot from this drive. Depending on the nature of the data stored on this drive, one may wish to make an initial attempt at data recovery before sending the drive to a professional data recovery service. However, if the data on the drive is mission critical, we recommend immediately contacting a professional data recovery service.
  2. If the disk does not contain mission-critical information, one may attempt to retrieve the data without the assistance of a professional data recovery service. However, do not execute any system software, such as chkdsk to repair the file system unless you can afford to lose the data completely. System software is intended to repair a disk’s file system, not to recover data. These tools will most likely overwrite lost data.
  3. If the failure is definitely related to the file system (e.g., deleted files, OS failure, or virus attack…), and not a physical, electronic, or firmware failure, data retrieval software may be able to recover the disk’s data. We recommend first installing the drive into an external USB enclosure for this process to reduce the disk utilization during boot up. Once the drive is recognized by the Operating System, immediately begin the data retrieval. Do not save any files to the target disk or install programs as this would likely overwrite lost data. Though this strategy is often successful, there is a chance the OS will overwrite some lost data while updating or writing system files to the drive thus resulting in data loss. Therefore we do not recommend applying this recovery method on drives containing mission-critical information. If this strategy does not recover your data you should contact a professional data recovery service for assistance.
  4. Never open a drive case. It may only be opened in a clean-room environment. Any other exposure will eventually result in the physical destruction of the disk’s magnetic layer and the complete loss of data.
  5. Never attempt to swap PCBs from a healthy drive to a failed drive. Modern hard drives are manufactured with unique configuration parameters based on the tolerances of the individual components at the disk’s manufacture. Applying PCB/ROM to a disk for which it was not manufactured may destroy the drive and make it non-repairable. This is true even if the two drives share a common manufacturer, model, and manufacturing date.
  6. Do not attempt to “repair” bad sectors or to read data from bad sectors by using data retrieval software on a failing disk. Doing so will either overwrite the underlying data or result in data loss. contact proffesional data recovery company to retrieve bad sectors to a healthy disk rather than repairing or skipping bad sectors from a failing disk.
  7. In cases of water, fire, or vandalism damage, do not attempt to power up a system that contains critical data. Doing so may destroy the disk’s magnetic layer and cause the data to be non-recoverable.

Disk type :

  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • NAS 
  • External Hard Disk

Our Data Recovery lab Engineer Knowledge

Hard disk brands

Our Lab Engineer is expert in seagate hard disk data recovery, Western Digital (wd) Hard disk data recovery, samsung hard disk data recovery, IBM hard disk data recovery, Hitachi Hard disk data recovery, Toshiba Hard disk data recovery, Maxtor hard disk data recovery, fujitsu hard disk data recovery and Quantum hard disk data recovery .

Hard disk Interface

  • E sata Hard Disk Data Recovery Services.


  • SCSI Hard Disk Data Recovery Service


  • Sata Hard Disk Data Recovery Service


  • SAS Hard Disk Data Recovery Service


  • IDE Hard Disk Data Recovery Service


In addition to Seagate hard disk data recovery, we also specialize in Western Digital (WD) hard disk data recovery, Samsung hard disk data recovery, IBM hard disk data recovery, Hitachi hard disk data recovery, Toshiba hard disk data recovery, Maxtor hard disk data recovery, Fujitsu hard disk data recovery, and Quantum hard disk data recovery.

Operating System

  • Aix Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • Linux Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • MAC Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • MS DOS Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • NetWare Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • Solaris Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • Sun Microstems Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • Ubuntu Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • Unix Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • VMware virtual Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • MS Windows Operating System Data Recovery Service
  • hpUx Operating System Data Recovery Service

Our Lab Engineer is expert in data recovery services for different different plateform supported operating system like windows, Linux, Netware,Macintosh/Mac, Ubantu, sun, solaris, unix, vmware, dos, hpux and Aix .

File System

A file system in computing, is a method of storing and organizing computer files and the data they contain to make it easy to find and access them. There are two types of file systems: those that utilize physical data storage devices like hard drives or CD-ROMs, while those that are virtual only serve as access methods for virtual data or data over a network (e.g. NFS). 

Essentially, a file system is a set of abstract data types that are implemented for storing, organizing, manipulating, navigation, accessing, and retrieving data.

We provide data recovery services for different file systems, such as

  • Ext4, Ext3,Ext2, ReiserFS

Final conclusion

The Do’s and Do Not’s of Data Loss

It takes just a few moments for hardware failure and data corruption to cause panic, chaos, and poor decision making. Please take one moment to read this. There are two ways to recover data on almost any system. We can help you recover data on a wide range of platforms. Here are some tips on what to do and what not to do when dealing with a data recovery company. 

Hard Drive / Hard disk/ HDD Failure Tips !!!

  • DO NOT open your hard drive and expose the media!!! There is nothing inside that needs the attention of a common user or do-it-yourselfer. Only a qualified hard drive data recovery engineer in a certified clean room environment should ever open a drive.
  • DO NOT try to swap circuit boards on modern drives. There may be firmware/system area conflict issues that may cause major problems.
  • DO NOT put your drive in the freezer and then try to spin it up. It is possible that moisture has condensed on the media surfaces. This WILL cause head contact if it has and will destroy the drive.
  • DO NOT listen to your friends or continue to look for home remedies on the net such as the one mentioned above, seek professional help if you value the lost data.
  • DO NOT continue to power cycle a clicking or non-responsive drive; it’s not going work for you and may make the drive unrecoverable. If it should come “ready” by some chance, the possibility of it loading the OS for you, “just one more time”, is a million to one.
  • DO NOT install recovery software on the same drive/partition that you’re lost files are on, you will overwrite them with the installation.
  • DO NOT run the recovery CD/DVD furnished with your PC. Most OEM helpdesk techs Don’t care about your data; they only want the hardware back on line.
  • DO try to slave your drive into a working system to check for readiness and file system integrity. You may be able to copy your data with no problem if only the OS is corrupt or if there is a hardware issue with the original host computer.
  • DO try an undelete demo from the net to see if what you’re looking for is available for recovery, if so, purchase the tool.
  • DO seek professional help if you’re not 110% sure of what you’re doing. You can learn basic recovery procedures on an expendable system.
  • DO back up your data early and often. It’s not if, it’s when.
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