Mac Recovery

Apple Mac Data Recovery

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Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from iMacs and Macbooks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
Mac Recovery

Software Fault £199

2-3 Days

Mechanical Fault £299

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Apple Mac Hard Drives Reasons For Corruption:

Macs are popular pieces of computer equipment and perform exceptionally well for the majority of their lives. However, as with all other computers, problems can and do occur and when they do they are often hard drive related. These problems relate to physical hardware within the drive, and sometimes the onboard software allowing communication between the drive and the rest of the Mac’s onboard hardware. Taking this into consideration we at birmingham data recovery have 15 years experience to call upon when problems arise that affect the optimum operation of your Mac drive. Problems that can occur sometimes relate to the glass platters within the drives, the spindle, and the actuator arm. All of which move at considerable speeds even though you, as the user, may never be truly aware of the speeds and workloads placed on them.

Unable To Boot Mac System Using Internal HDD:

There are a variety of reasons why you might not be able to boot up your Apple Mac and as a result may need to call upon us here at birmingham data recovery. Our experts have been engaged in the business of helping Mac owners get access to their systems and retrieving their data from failing disks for the last 15 years and in that time we have encountered – just as our clients have – many of the different problems faced when booting up. Our clients have asked us with assistance when faced with Apple’s Prohibitory Sign; a symbol that displays itself on the screen and can signify problems with the boot up files, the drive’s boot sectors or problems with a recent software or hardware installation.

Mac Hard Drive Head Failure:

At birmingham data recovery we are often asked to help our clients who use Mac’s to help them recover data from drives that have suffered head failures. This can sometimes occur because the Read/Write head loses its way and becomes misaligned; meaning that it can no longer travel in the direction it is intended to and resulting in an inability to read, write or access the disk contents. This is a problem we find common among Mac users who perform heavy duty design work which requires long periods of use with no downtime.

Apple Mac Firmware Updates & Problems That Can Arise During The Process:

As with all computers the Mac has its own firmware to govern how the hard drive functions. This firmware may become corrupt or out of date especially if another device attached to it has been manufactured or installed after the hard drive itself. To this end we are often asked to help recover data from drives that no longer function because of faulty firmware. We at birmingham data recovery can recover your data from a failed Mac drive and back it up to your chosen media format./p>

Apple Mac Hard Drive Reporting Bad Sectors & Zones Through OS:

One of the most common problems we are asked to assist with is that of bad sectors that have been reported on a Mac drive and which are preventing the user from accessing important data because the sectors have been closed off by the Mac’s operating system. Many users try to recover these sectors using Time Machine (Mac’s version of System Restore) but this only leads to further difficulties as bad sectors are cannot be undone using this method. Bad sectors and clusters are areas of a hard drive that have been segregated from use because of their inability to store data and allow access to it. With this in mind we are birmingham data recovery are often asked by our Mac using clients to help recover data from Mac drives contained bad sectors or clusters that are refusing access.

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