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Physical Data Loss

Author : Jessica Moorhill

Among a number ways you can lose data, physical data loss takes the top spot. Also, data recovery is the hardest when you face any physical problem to your hdd.
So, what is physical data loss?
This category is reserved for any and every hardware related problem that contributes to the loss of valuable data. For eg;
? CPU isn't properly assembled
? Internal Malfunction of drives
? It blew up in your face
Physical problems are much, much easier to identify than the others because you can see, hear and touch the problem. In most cases, you'll often hear clicking or scraping noises coming from your hard disk or you can feel it getting warm due to overuse etc.
Some common problems when you notice the above things can be
Be on your toes as soon as you hear weird noises coming from your CPU, chances are you could data of utmost importance in the next 5 minutes! These noises are most probably coming from the read/write head of your hard disk drive, if it touches a platter located inside, it will grind away on magnetic surface. Not only this, if the head isn't able to read the data once, it tries again and again; scratching away to glory the sectors and data with it.
No signs of life
If your hard disk is playing dead, even if the other parts of your PC/iPod are fully functional, be prepared to know that some parts of your hdd have failed. Some of the common failures could be related to the spindle motor, pcb board etc.
Unfortunately, for physical problems, there is no alternative DYI for recovering data, you'll have to give it in to a professional data recovery company.

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