happy_customerThere’s nothing more devastating that turning on your computer only to find your documents, media files and family photographs gone, and nothing more exhilarating to get them all back! At, we provide professional services in personal and business data recovery. You can rest assured that we will do everything possible to help you recover your lost files. Whether it is a crashed hard drive or an accidental delete, Digital Closure is there to help. Our team uses the most comprehensive digital and data recovery techniques and the best technology to help retrieve and restore data from multiple media types and storage devices. Using a state-of-the-art clean room, our technicians can get your data back and in its original quality.

Types of Recoverable Media

Currently Digital Closure offers recovery services for:

  • Laptops
  • Desktops
  • Servers
  • Flash Drives
  • External Drives
  • RAID Arrays
  • Tapes
  • Mobile Phones and Devices

Digital Closure can service and recover all manufacturer types and we can do it without voiding your warranty. Since our technicians recover personal data on a daily basis, we can help you recover your data from:

  • Motor bearing failures
  • Accidentally lost or deleted files
  • Broken flash or external drives
  • Clicking hard drives
  • Partition corruptions
  • Malware or virus destructions

Reasons HardDrives Fail

There are dozens of reasons why your hard drive or external storage device may have failed you. All hardware components come with a risk for failure from any number of reasons, including:

  • Regular wear and tear
  • Impact damage
  • Exposure to liquid
  • Electrical failures
  • Overwriting errors
  • Excessively high temperatures
  • Logical system failures
  • Defects during manufacturing

Is Your HardDrive at Risk for Failure?

It’s important to learn the warning signs or risk factors for potential hard drive failure so that you can act in time to protect your data. Knowing the warning signs can give you enough time to start moving your data if you suspect hard drive failure.

Risk factors that point toward a failing hard drive include, but are not limited to:

  • Clicking noises coming from the computer
  • Operating system error messages that state the system is not found
  • The BIOS has difficulty detecting a hard drive as it starts up
  • Hard drive is silent on startup
  • Access process for current files is extremely slow
  • Your computer fails to recognize flash drives or other external drives

What to Do When Your System Fails

If your hard drive fails, contact the professionals at Digital Closure immediately and a technician can start working to recover your data. Hard drive failure doesn’t necessarily mean your data is lost forever, but there are some things you need to know to have the best chances for data recovery. If your hard drive has failed, do not try to reboot the system—you can cause further data and physical damage that will have to be reversed during repair and recovery. Do not use over-the-counter consumer data recovery software to attempt to pull your important data from a damaged hard drive. These programs cause more damage and can even permanently delete your personal data from your computer. Instead, contact the professionals at Digital Closure today. Our technicians can tell you over the phone if your computer is suffering hard drive failure and can get started on hard drive repair and recovery. By using a professional service, you eliminate the risk of permanent data loss. Digital Closure understands how devastating it can be to lose your crucial data; we know the issues and how to repair them. Our customer support technicians will be happy to discuss your hard drive and data recovery issues over the phone. Call us today at (603) 775-7600 and let us help recover your personal data.