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What is a SATA Hard Drive?


Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, also known as SATA is the new standard for connecting and transferring data components inside of your computer. It is a...

Why hard drive data recovery isn’t a DIY job


Could DIY data recovery hold the solution? The answer is usually a thunderous "no." Hard disk technology may be designed to be accessible to casual...

What Comes Next After Solid State Drives?


No matter how uninterested you are in the technical nuances of digital storage media, it's hard to deny the appeal of knowing what lies ahead....

Get the Most From Your Tape Backup


3 Ways TTR Can Help Get the Most From Your Tape Backup System Tape drive backup systems are very popular with many kinds of companies,...
Logical Hard Drive Data Recovery

What Is Logical Hard Drive Data Recovery?


Logical Hard Drive Data Recovery Logical data Recovery does not involve mechanical or physical repairs. Logical failure easily confused with a bad drive, logical failures...

What Is Mechanical Hard Drive Data Recovery?


Mechanical Hard Drive Data Recovery Mechanical recovery is necessary when the storage media device has experienced physical damage to its internal parts. In order to...
Hard Drive Firmware Failure

Understanding Hard Drive Firmware Failure


Hard Drive Firmware Failure Did you know that inside your computer’s Hard Drive Data Recovery is a tiny operating system (similar to Windows or Mac...

Flash Drive Physical Failure Data Recovery


Flash Drive Mechanical Data Recovery In an earlier post, we addressed the issue of logical failures and flash drives, which make it impossible for operating...
Hard Drive PCB Failure

7 Signs You Have Hard Drive PCB Failure


Did Your Hard Drive PCB Fail? When a server motherboard or case fan dies, it's painfully obvious which component has a problem. When your hard...

3 Fixes For Common Hard Drive Failures


There are plenty of tips and suggestions available for what to do when software crashes, or even what to do when you lose data. However,...