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How it works

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    01. Get a quote through our online system (click here)
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    02. We’ll pay for shipping to us (USA only), you pay return.
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    03. Receive your data back on a working device.

The hard drive is very important in your computer as you already know. It stores all your important data whether personal or work related and if it crashes you are certainly going to need data recovery services.

How Do I Avoid Data Recovery Costs?

One tip we can give you relates to the fact that most people do not know when they should upgrade the size of their hard drive. Filling your hard drive completely is a good way to crash it and is something you need to avoid and pay attention to. Matter fact a good rule of thumb is when your hard drive is 3/4 full it’s time to either get a larger one or move some of your files to another external drive.

What are the Risks of a Full Hard Drive?

When the hard drive is this full it poses risks and your computer and hard drive may both end up being damage. It will reduce the performance of you computer causing it to run slow, and also to work harder than it should to perform regular tasks. Storing so much data on the drive that it is full will cause the drive to have to work harder to read the data on it, especially when the drive is fragmented. This also can cause the operating system to crash as most operating systems use a page file in order to temporarily store files on the hard drive during regular operation. If this area i not available then your system will surely crash creating a good opportunity for the need of data recovery.

Benefits of Upgrading Your Hard Drive

Other than averting the risk of damage, upgrading your hard drive will help your computer run more efficiently and smoothly. Chances are, if you have maxed out the capacity of your drive then it may be time for an upgrade anyways. Perhaps you have an older computer and an upgrade might do well to save you from imminent failure. With time hard drives become unreliable and it is only a matter of time before your hard drive fails.

If you think you have a hard drive crash because of this issue, or have any questions or concerns relating to preserving your data while upgrading a hard drive please call and speak with a SERT Data Recovery technician for guidance.

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SERT was formed to fill the gap in the availability of reliable, affordable, and friendly professional data recovery services.

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