Many computer users are not aware of it, that your data is on home computers every day in danger. Now you’re probably wondering why is it so? The greatest danger of losing the valuable data is our hard drives themselves are the main and the most used storage media where data is stored. Day – days of computer users store data without having to secure it. And there lurks the greatest threat. A startling investigation shows it, that many hard drives fail after about 3 to 4 months of their services.
As a ferro-magnetic memory device has, unfortunately, a limited life. But specialists recommend a replacement for at least three years to prevent data loss through drive failure. This raises the question really is not if, but when it happens. You should always back up your data regularly, then we may be spared a nasty surprise. If the child has already fallen into the well, because no current backup has been made, remains as the last hope of a professional Data recovery. The leading causes of data loss are very different, but a data recovery is possible in most cases. Some of the leaders in data loss possible problems, we have listed here. Logical damage: * The board is fully functional, but the data structure is so damaged that the data are no longer readable. Manipulation – operator error grind: * shock or fall * Transport losses * proof * High temperatures * shutdown during operation * misconduct incidents * viruses * Head crash, broken read and write heads * read and write heads “over the damaged area of a hard drive (similar to the sound of a lawnmower) * Damaged disk surface – existing hard disk can not be started Other mechanical damage / wear: * wear the contacts at the customer * Defective spindle motor * fire damage * damage to electronic components from outside * Damage to the preamplifier.