Seagate Hard Drive Data Recovery

Seagate internal hard drives deliver up to 14 TB of unsurpassed capacity, speed, and reliability for all your desktop, laptop, NAS, and surveillance needs. But even the most reliable hard drive can fail eventually. When that happens, you need a dependable data recovery partner to get your valuable data back.

Computer Emergency is a specialist in hard drive data recovery services, with over two decades of experience recovering data no matter the type of storage device. We offer free media evaluations for all hard drive data recovery cases, and our no-recovery, no-charge policy guarantees that you don’t pay unless we recover files including lost data or deleted files.

If you’ve lost files or deleted files from your storage device and you need to recover your data, contact Computer Emergency today for a free media evaluation. We’ll help you get your data back quickly and safely. We understand how frightening a data loss event is and will do our best to recover lost files

Computer Emergency can get data back from both internal Seagate drive and external Seagate drive, raid configured drives, NAS drives, memory cards and phones. Whether they have been reformatted, crashed, clicking noises or cant be read by your computer, your best chance of getting your data back is to turn the computer or device off immediately.

Data Recovery Process Brisbane

On average, 75% of the drives we see can be recovered at our office within a day or two. The scanning process takes a few hours. If the drive is physically damaged and needs to be open in a clean room for repair (dust free environment to protect the disk platter) we have a trusted local partner will provide a free assessment. Recovery can still usually be done within a few days but will depend on the extent of the damage and backlog of work.

Once the Seagate drive arrives at our partner’s lab your drive will be given priority in it’s assessment. Once the problem has been identified a quote will be given for your approval. There is a no file, no fee policy with a few exceptions where a small fee may be charged for an attempt at a very badly damaged drive.

During your Seagate data recovery we can provide snapshots of the drive contents to ensure you are getting the correct files before you approve the recovery process.

Once recovery is complete, files can be loaded to the cloud via a secure host and a link provided to you for download at your leisure. Files will be available for 30 days. Should your recovered data be too large for cloud hosting you will be required to provide another hard drive to copy the data to. Alternatively, we offer very competitive hard drive prices so you are more than welcome to purchase from us.

Data Recovery Services

  • Seagate Hard Drive Data Recovery
  • Seagate External Hard Drive Data Recovery
  • Laptop Data Recovery
  • Deleted File Recovery
  • Formatted Drive Data Recovery
  • RAID Array Data Recovery
  • SSD Data Recovery (Solid State Drives)
  • Tape Data Recovery Services
  • Pen Drive Data Recovery
  • Memory Card Recovery

Your Data Recovery journey starts here!

Computer Emergency can get data back from both internal Seagate and external Seagate hard drives, raid configured drives, NAS drives, memory cards and phones. Whether they have been reformatted, crashed, clicking noises or cant be read by your computer, your best chance of getting your data back is to turn the computer or device off immediately.

Your data is our priority. We understand just how important it is to get your photos, documents, music and videos back as soon as possible.

How much does data recovery cost?

The price of data recovery depends on the type of drive, what is wrong with the drive and how much data needs to be recovered. We offer free media evaluations for all Seagate hard drive data recovery cases, and our no-recovery, no-charge policy guarantees that you don’t pay unless we recover lost data or deleted data.

What is the success rate for data recovery?

The success rate for data recovery depends on the type of drive, what is wrong with the drive and how much data needs to be recovered. In most cases, we are able to successfully recover data from Seagate hard drives.

How long does it take to recover data?

On average, it takes one to two days to recover data from a Seagate hard drive. If the drive is physically damaged and needs to be repaired in a clean room, it may take longer.

What are the signs that my Seagate hard drive has failed?

There are several signs that your Seagate hard drive may have failed, including strange noises coming from the drive, the drive not being recognized by your computer, and files on the drive that cannot be accessed.

How can I prevent my Seagate hard drive from failing?

There are several things you can do to help prevent your Seagate hard drive from failing, including backing up your data regularly, using a UPS to protect against power surges, avoiding sudden impacts to the drive, and keeping the drive cool.

If you think your Seagate hard drive has failed, turn off the computer immediately and contact a professional data recovery service like Computer Emergency.

How to Recover Data from a Failed Seagate Hard Drive

If you think your Seagate hard drive has failed, the first thing you should do is turn off the computer and unplug the drive. If the drive is external, remove it from its case. DO NOT try to fix the problem yourself. Opening the drive will void the warranty and can make the problem worse.

Once the drive is turned off and unplugged, take it to a data recovery specialist. Data recovery specialists have the tools and expertise to safely recover data from failed drives.

Data Recovery Services for Your Business

Seagate offers data recovery services for businesses of all sizes. We understand that data loss can be a major inconvenience and our team of experts is here to help. We offer free media evaluations for all business cases, and our no-recovery, no-charge policy guarantees that you don’t pay unless we recover lost data or deleted data.

What type of damage do hard drives face?

There are two types of damage that can occur to a hard drive: physical and logical.

Physical damage occurs when the components of the hard drive are damaged, such as the platters, head assembly, or spindle motor. Physical damage can be caused by dropped drives, power surges, fires, or floods.

Logical failure occurs when the data on the hard drive is corrupted or cannot be accessed. Logical damage can be caused by viruses, software errors, or human error.

What Lost File Formats Can You Recover?

Document: DOC/DOCX, XLS/XLSX, PPT/PPTX, PDF, CWK, HTML/HTM, INDD, EPS, etc.

Photo: JPG, TIFF/TIF, PNG, BMP, GIF, PSD, CRW, CR2, NEF, ORF, RAF, SR2, MRW, DCR , WMF, DNG, ERF, RAW, etc.

Video: AVI, MOV, MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, FLV, SWF, MPG, RM/RMVB, etc.

Audio: AIF/AIFF, M4A, MP3, WAV, WMA, MID/MIDI, OGG, AAC, etc.

Message & Emails: PST, DBX, EMLX, etc.

Archive: ZIP, RAR, SIT, etc.

Supported Devices

Recycle Bin: PC/Mac/Laptop/Handy…

Memory Cards: SD, SDHC, microSD, miniSD, CF, SmartMedia, MMC, XD…

Hard Drives: Dell, IBM, HP, Toshiba, Sony, Lacie, Seagate, Buffalo, Sandisk, Toshiba, Western Digital, Seagate, Hitachi, Samsung

Removable Drives: Seagate, WD, Apple, Samsung, Toshiba, Sandisk, Western Digital, Hitachi, Samsung

Flash Drives: USB Drives, Jump Drives, Pen Drives, Thumb Drives…

Digital Camera/Camcorder: Canon, Kodak, Nikon, Sony, JVC…

Data loss scenarios

Accidental deletion

• “Shift + Del” without backup

• Deleting files by right- clicking menu or just pressing ‘Delete’ button

• Emptying Recycle Bin without backup

Formatting

• “Media/Drive is not formatted, would you like to format it now?”

• Disk initialization when digital camera memory card is just connected

• Unexpectedly formatted hard drive

Improper operation

• Factory setting of device without backup

• Turning off the camera during the writting process

• Using the same memory card in different cameras

• Pulling out SD card while the camera is on

• Improper partition or partition error

Also cases like

Computer Repairs virus

• Unexpected power off

• Reinstalled windows system or hard disk crash

• The partition structure on a hard disk was fragmented or partition table is invalid.

If you need Seagate hard drive data recovery, contact Computer Emergency today and we’ll recover your precious data.

Cloud Backup Options from Computer Emergency

In today’s world, data is everything. It’s the lifeblood of your business and you can’t afford to lose it. That’s why backing up your data is so important. But what happens if your backup drive fails or gets lost or stolen? That’s where cloud backup comes in.

Computer Emergency is a cloud backup provider & offers a cloud backup solution that is reliable, affordable, and easy to use. Our service backs up your data to our secure servers so you can rest assured that your data is safe. We offer a variety of plans to fit your needs and budget, and our knowledgeable staff is always here to help.

So don’t wait until it’s too late, sign up for Computer Emergency’s cloud backup service today!

What is cloud backup?

Cloud backup is a service that backs up your data to our secure servers. This way, if your backup drive fails or gets lost or stolen, your data will still be safe.