When your hard drive fails it's usually a very stressful and inconvenient situation. There are many factors which can cause physical damage to storage media and the recovery process is an extremely delicate process.
CD-ROMs can have their metallic substrate or dye layers scratched off, hard disks can suffer any of several mechanical failures, such as head crashes and failed motors. Physical damage almost always causes at least some data loss which as a result can cause the logical structures of a file system to become damaged also. Any logical damage must be dealt with before files can be salvaged from the failed media and most physical damage cannot be repaired by end users.
If you were to open a hard disk drive in a normal environment, it can allow airborne dust and other foreign particles to settle onto the platter of the hard disk and become caught between the platter and the read/write head, causing a head crash that further damages the platter thus compromising the recovery process. Furthermore, end users generally do not have the hardware or technical expertise required to make these types of repairs. Consequently, data recovery companies are often employed to salvage important data.
We can help to temporarily repair the damaged hard disk so that we can recovery its data and return it back to you as quickly as possible and for a very affordable price. If your data is not recoverable there is absolutely no charge, that's the APACMS guarantee.