Maxtor Data Recovery
can sometimes be due to read/write head failure or service track corruption. This sort of damage is usually because of inadequate cooling where the hard drive is allowed to reach a temperature that is well above its recommended operating temperature. When this type of failure occurs you will frequently hear an ominous clicking sound coming from the hard drive with the wrong drive size being displayed on boot up. Such a failure can usually be recovered in some 90% of cases. If you do experience a clicking sound coming from a Maxtor hard drive, be sure to turn off your computer straight away.
One common problem that causes you to need Maxtor data recovery, especially in the 40Gb models, is system area damage. You will usually see a “hard disk fail” error message on boot up when this happens. If you check in the system bios you’ll probably see the drive as N40P, the common family name for 40Gb hard drives. Hard drives are delicate instruments. Like any other delicate instrument, if they are not handled with care or properly cooled, you may experience a failure. Hard drives are particularly sensitive to heat, rapid temperature changes, static electricity, power surges and physical shock. Most hard drive failures occur due to operating conditions, not manufacture defects. If you have a crashed Maxtor hard drive, please call us today to get a quote
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