Faulty Devices - ExamplesBy cliven, 14:28
External hard drive (WD passport) stopped working, discounts spins and ticking noise heard but nothing reading drive?
Buffalo 'Just Store' Desktop External USB 2.0 Hard Drive 1.0Tb has clicking sound and will not read.
I am a criminal defence solicitor. A shop has CCTV footage which contains helpful material in relation to a case I am dealing with. The shop wipe the CCTV after 10 days and it is now wiped. Can you retrieve it? My client is legally aided – do you do this type of work?
Attended a graduation ceremony for my wife's daughter on 21 july and took a lot of photos with my wifes phone (honor 6 plus) for some unknoen reason the phone just died towards the end of the day and just wouldnt charge. We took it it to a local retailer who would have a look at it and chargrd us £10. As we are presently on holiday at the moment there isnt a lot that we can do until we come back but just in case the retailer caanot fix this hence the message to you. The phonr is synced up with google back up but as it died before the end of the day, it didbt sync up and back up the photos. Any suggestions? Please contact back via email as presebtly on holiday so have got no access to the land line
I wanted to transfer a huge amount of files from an external Freecom drive yesterday (500Go drive, about 300Go data, i tried to transfer 170Go yesterday). During the transfer, it seems there has been either an unvolontary disconnection, either overheating. Afterwards, the disk can be seen on any computer on which it is being connected (so it is detected), but it cannot be read (no information on the portion of the disk which is used / no access to the disk when clicking on it). There was no physical shock / damage caused to the disk. Do you think there would be chances to get back all information? If so, how much would it be ?
I have a 1TB my passport ultra (WD) for about 1.5 years now and have not had any problems with it till yesterday, when it randomly decided to slow my PC down on startup.
Have tried multiple times on 2 different pc and different cables, sometimes it woke for a few seconds, it pops up, if I go into device management it says it needs initialising but it comes with an I/O error,
Although the HDD is almost full I only need a small amount of data off it, being photos and videos.
Was wondering what sort of costs would this mean?
I currently have a Microsoft lumia 950 that's been water damaged beyond repair. It doesn't switch on and I cant access its memory. I would like to be emailed a quote to see how much it would cost to recover my pictures and videos off of it.
1 TB WD hard drive with roughly 550GB of photos and videos on it.
Suddenly unusably slow and making a beep noise. I believe the read write heads are degrading.
compressing and transferring my go pro footage from my go pro, through my mac onto an external heard drive, my mac died. it registered that i had incorrectly ejected my SD card and the footage was deleted (i have the option selected to wipe SD card after import so i can record straight away again)
I've not used the SD card one after this happened, which was about a week ago!