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Apple Mac Data Recovery

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Our experts have extensive experience recovering data from iMacs and Macbooks. With 15 years experience in the data recovery industry, we can help you securely recover your data.
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Mechanical Fault £299

2-3 Days

Critical Service £795

1 Day

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Apple Mac Hard Drive & Device Complications:

Once upon a time Apple Macs were the staple of designers and artists and musicians before they became more affordable and home users discovered just what could be achieved by owning one. With more and more people now turning to Macs from Windows based PCs the number of people we find ourselves helping with Mac-related problems has increased considerably. As an all-in-one setup the Apple Mac can be pretty much written off if the hard drive fails so every attempt and effort should be made to reduce the chances of a hard drive failure where possible. But it is not just the physical damage to the hard drive that should be considered. There is also the damage that can be done by installing third party devices without first making sure no conflicts are likely to occur/p>

Mac Reporting No Bootable HDD:

As with all makes of computer Apple Macs are prone to hard drive failure. These failures may take the form initially of loud noises, freezing screens or disks not being shown as mounted on the desktop and should any of these things occur you should strongly consider switching the machine off and seeking advice. Sometimes a hard drive on a Mac needs to be ‘ejected’ and then remounted and if this does not work then there is a definite problem. You may find that your Apple Mac reports that you do not have enough disc space to continue loading your operating system even though it has already been installed. To this end you should seek professional advice and we here at can help. We have over 15 years expertise of dealing with Apple Mac related hard drive issues

Mac Hard Drive Onboard Failure Reported:

As Apple Macs are often now ‘one-piece’ machines there is a chance that if a power surge occurs then the surge may damage some or all of the components within the chassis of the computer. One of the most vulnerable pieces of hardware in the event of a power surge is the hard drive and the Apple Mac’s is no exception. Obviously you won’t be expecting a power surge but where possible you should plug your equipment into a surge protection unit – which although will not always stop it from happening – will certainly reduce the risk. The motherboard may also be susceptible to problems caused by a power surge; most notably small capacitors are likely to pop as too much electricity is pushed through them. Having said that we do not recommend opening an Apple Mac if you are unsure as to how to go about doing so. If a power surge has rendered your Apple Mac incapable of functioning you should seek advice and our professionals here at will be only too pleased to help you with your query.

Mac Firmware In Need Of Updating And/Or Failed To Update:

Firmware is a software program that is responsible for the communication between the entire computer system and the Mac hard disk drive. Firmware codes are typically located on disk platters, and if the platter becomes damaged or corrupted, the hard disk drive will experience a failure. This type of failure occurs even if the other mechanical and electrical components of the hard drive are in perfect working order. We have a high success rate with recovering data from corrupted firmware Mac HDD’s.

Mac OS Shutting Down Whilst Reporting Bad Sectors:

Just like an ordinary PC an Apple Mac is prone to freezing or rebooting without warning and when this happens you should consider that there is a serious underlying issue. If such an issue has not yet taken hold then reconcile yourself to the fact that it will and seek help. If a hard drive within an Apple Mac is failing running the disk utility (if you can) will give you a better understanding of where and what these errors are. It is not recommended that you try to continue running your machine through these failings and continual rebooting and mounting of faulty drives will only make the problem worse and further reduce the integrity of the information you may be able to save

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