Chapter “Basics” on our site shows technical aspects of different storage devices.
HDD data recovery
A hard disk drive (HDD) is a high-tech device that combines precise mechanics and a complex electronic part, a controller. Both the electronic and mechanical parts of an HDD can fail (see Self-diagnostics advices). The effort required to recover the data is determined by the type and features of each specific fault.
The table lists most frequent typical faults and estimate costs of effort to repair the disk.
CD, DVD data recovery
USB Flash drives data recovery
Memory cards (MMC, CF, SD, MS, xD, SM, PC Card and other) data recovery