Mechanical Failure Data Recovery
1) HARD DISK MECHANICAL STRUCTURE AND COMPONENTS
In a hard drive, there may be many types of mechanical faults such as head damage, spindle motor gets stuck, the head is stuck on the platter, etc. When such faults occur, a very low sound will come from the hard disk, to which we will have to listen very carefully. An experienced person can identify the mechanical fault inside the hard disk by listening to this sound. In this Physical Data Recovery Training, we will be learning about what happens when there is a mechanical fault in a hard disk and what might be its symptoms. Also, we will be learning on how to confirm the mechanical fault in the hard disk without opening the top cover using the sound detection method.
2) MECHANICAL FAILURE SYMPTOMS AND SOUND DETECTION
3) INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL DATA RECOVERY TOOLS
4) DONOR HARD DISK SELECTION FOR HEAD REPLACEMENT
5) HEAD STUCK PROBLEM SOLUTION PRACTICAL
Hello everyone. Many-a-times, the head of the hard disk will get stuck onto the platter while spinning down. It won’t shift into the head parking area. This problem is called head stuck problem. Whenever there’s an issue of the head getting stuck inside the hard disk, no rotation can be found in that hard disk. And sometimes, an unusual sound may come out of it.
In this session we will discuss how to identify head stuck problems, what are the symptoms, tools required for the head stuck solution, and how to solve head stuck problems with or without tools.