Hard Disk Repair at Home

by:Rocket PCB     2019-08-26
In order to do a hard disk repair at home, use a tool like hard disk Sentinel to confirm its health before jumping to conclusions.You can then try to fix the hacker manually using recovery tools like iCare.While disk drive failures and data loss are very painful, this is still a distant concern before it happens to you.
Then, as is often the case, you get stuck in crazy DIY repairs, plus a walk up the repair shop and your unfortunate truth begins to form.It would be humbling to learn that all your precious photos, documents and audio-visual documents may disappear forever!Surprisingly, many of us have actually forgotten the trauma and have not implemented pre-emptive measures very quickly.Perhaps it is important to reflect that the data is more precious and expensive than the disk drives that keep the data.
Therefore, it is important to understandThe signs that the disk is about to fail are early enough..Anyway, you need to figure out what\'s going on before turning to the hard drive to fix the hack.Before making a hasty decision about a hard drive failure, make sure it\'s actually dead.
Many times, false alarms are issued when other things happen.Use the following tools to diagnose what is actually happening.Hard disk Sentinel is a must-have tool for monitoring disk performance and health.
It won\'t fix your hard drive, but will evaluate and warn about the impending doom.It continuously monitors and displays the health status of the drive.Any score below 50% should be a sign of an impending problem.
The second idea is that a good disk drive should read 100% and anything below can tell you --The story shows a problem.Please worry if the percentage is 0!This tool works for Windows and is bundled with a bootable free software version with the Hiren boot CD.If the disk cannot be accessed due to Windows corruption, run the hard drive Sentinel bundled in the free software HIREN boot CD.
Download a copy, burn to a cd, or create a bootable version using a flash drive.Boot to a bootable CD or flash drive and find out the DOS version of the hard disk sentry.You should see something similar to the picture below with details about disk drive performance and health.
The Windows built-in Disk Management tool will show hidden partitions in case secondary hard drives or other partitions are lost.i.Windows local drive.compmgmt.In run, click Disk Management in the left pane \".Any disk or partition that is missing the drive number will appear and you just have to right-click it to get the properties and assign it to the letter.
The modern computer has enabled the intelligent function in the BIOS, and the Windows 8 operating system actually warns the hard disk to fail.If SMART is not enabled in CMOS settings, make sure it is enabled.If the software tool is not able to help, or on and off, maybe it\'s DIY time to visually evaluate disk drives and related parts.
Make sure all data and power cables are well connected to the drive and motherboard connectors.Evaluate the PATA and SATA cables.This is especially true if the computer no longer sees the drive.When the data or power cord fails or the contacts on the board or drive are blocked and contaminated by dust and corrosion, unstable behavior may occur.
The next step is to clean the contacts and corrosion points on the board and cable.Also, try other data and power cords to see if they are any different.If the problem is not dirt and cable, pull out the hard drive and connect it to the desktop or laptop as a secondary or external storage.
However, if you are troubleshoot an external disk, make sure to replace the USB cable just in case.Some USB cables usually supply enough voltage to power the drive.Some external connectors with y usb cables need to be plugged into both cables.
To get better results when using a desktop computer, always plug the cable into the USB port located at the back of the system unit.If it is confirmed that the disk drive is actually the culprit and cannot be accessed, be careful not to boot for a long time.Keep calm in order for you to transfer data to another media.
Keeping cool may require a night\'s storage in the refrigerator!If strictly tested, the mechanical drive of death becomes weaker.The hotter the death plate, the worse its health is.Be sure to carefully wrap it in a plastic bag before sticking it in the refrigerator.
Overnight freezing should be ready for software recovery in the morning.If transferring data directly to another disk drive does not produce immediate results, please do not turn it on and off repeatedly to try too hard.The more you emphasize this annoying little thing, the more you destroy it.
If the above steps fail, you may want to recover data using specialized software tools.Make sure the disk drive is cool enough before running your chosen recovery software.I have used iCare data recovery software and it has helped me out of my predicament countless times.
If your hard drive has a high capacity and your health is very bad, it will take a few hours to restore the software.You may want to do it in a cool environment, preferably overnight.Other popular recovery software includes spinrite, recuva and Kroll Ontrack.
Do what you can.
If the software recovery is not able to save this, you may want to try an adventure hard drive repair hack involving opening your hard drive.Manual hard disk repair should always be the last means of data recovery.This is an issue that doesn\'t pay off and you know too well that you may lose drive and data forever.
Do this only if you don\'t mind losing data in your drive and you know what you\'re doing!This program is only useful if you confirm that the board is a problem, not a mechanism inside the drive.The repair of the PCB basically means swapping the dead PCB on the faulty hard drive with another PCB on the working hard drive.Details, including BIOS firmware in the PCB to be exchanged, must be similar to the original PCB!The main symptom of a PCB crash is a fully muted hard drive.
Power supply may not be transmitted through the board due to breakpoints or other reasons.For bad points, try to return them to see if the drive is back to normal.Sometimes, the fuse transient voltage suppression (tvs) diode is the reason for driving the breakdown.
If this is the case with the test proof, simply untangle it and reconnect the drive to the computer.Remember, the diode is to adjust the voltage of the driver, without it, you work like a pirate at sea!There is a problem when the PCB is exchanged between drives.Although swapping in old IDE disk drives can go smoothly, the newer SATA model presents a challenge.
These PCBs contain unique identifiers (IDS) built into the ROM chip, and to make matters worse, some of them are also built into the master controller chip.The rigid chip needs to be transferred to the new PCB.The ROM chip can be replaced and exchanged between PCB boards without too much trouble (if you have hotChanging the controller chip requires more professional hands.
Replacing the hard disk is both troublesome and risky, and professionals do better.Change the drive disc in a super clean room.Do not touch the surface of the platter.Don\'t touch the read/write head.Replace each part correctly.Although pcb and disc are common suspects of drive failure, other components such as motor and reading head may also fail.
Data recovery experts should always be your first choice when your disk drive is inaccessible.If you fail to transfer data from it or the recovery software tool fails to produce results either, call one.Don\'t wait until it\'s too late.Watch out for driving discs at home!
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