If a computer doesn't start because it has a conventional (mechanical) (older type) of hard drive (HDD) and it has failed, there's a chance that the files are gone forever. Sometimes a solid state drive (SSD) can corrupt too which deletes the data. However in many cases the files are able to be restored. Sometimes the operating system has corrupted, there may be a virus or a Windows update has caused a driver issue, or the memory (RAM), LCD or motherboard might suddenly become faulty. In all these other cases, the data is able to be restored. Of course, having a backup is going to save you a lot of stress.
How Computer Champ restores the data:
We remove the HDD, or the SSD and connect it to a working computer with a compatible adapter. Then using back up software, move the files to the working computer. Then the data gets scanned for viruses. If the data appears to be missing, then data recovery software is used to restore the files.
- 2.5" SATA to USB
- m.2 SATA to 2.5" SATA
- m.2 PCIe NVMe to 2.5" SATA
- mSATA to 2.5" SATA
Call Computer Champ on 0430 984 522.
Fast, affordable, quality computer repairs Adelaide.