• The Hard Drive is missing files, some of which are very important and vital.
  • The Hard Drive produces ‘Click’ sounds or makes other noises.
  • The Hard Drive does not spin at all.
  • The hard drive smells like smoke after it was powered up.
  • The hard drive was accidentally formatted.
  • BIOS detects drive as wrong size or model.
  • The Hard Drive can’t be accessed. Windows is asking if formatting is required.
  • Important data was erased off the hard drive in a malicious act by another user.
  • A forensic data recovery is needed.
  • In case of RAID-0 or RAID-5 array, RAID data recovery is required.
  • Photographs can no longer be found on your hard drive.
  • Similarly, there are various other potential issues one may encounter.

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