A company in Irvine, California has announced the publication of two new informative posts. One of the posts is about laptops and laptop recovery, while the other is about data retrieval.
Jack Edwards, a representative for the company says, “There are a number of things that could be pointing to a computer, particularly a laptop computer, that is beginning to see the end. Unfortunately, they don’t last forever and often, owners simply do not want to part with them.”
Edwards states that many laptop owners have files that are saved on those devices and that these files may be important, which is why recovery is often crucial. He states that anyone who uses a laptop for work related tasks should know how to tell when their computer may be in trouble, to avoid losing critical files and information if the device does crash.
“A computer that consistently begins running slowly or popping up error messages regularly could be signaling a major problem,” says Edwards. “If and when these instances occur, it is important to get the computer to someone who can save critical files.”
Edwards states that basic data retrieval is actually less difficult than many believe, and that those with some knowledge of computers and how they work could easily retrieve data from machines that have gone down. He adds that the information that the company has published in their two new posts is designed to help those who rely on their computers and who may need to retrieve information after those machines have gone down.
“It’s a horrible feeling to realize that your computer is not working,” says Edwards. “We have all experienced it at one time or another. Older computers are much more likely to crash, which is why everyone who relies on them needs to know at least the basic method for retrieving any data that may be stuck in that broken machine.”
Edwards adds that the company’s goal with the two newly published posts is to inform consumers that just because their computer may have crashed, all is not lost. He says that under many circumstances, computer information can be saved and filed retrieved, which helps those with critical work files or those who may simply have family vacation pictures or other files that they want to keep.
Hard Drive Recovery Associates is an Irvine, California company that was established in 1990. The company has more than two decades of experience in helping customers to fully recover data that has been lost as the result of a hard drive failure. Edwards states that they have worked with a wide range of businesses over the years, including the United States Military, Dow Chemical, UPS, Verizon, Pepsi, and many others. He says that company staff has experience in the industry and that all of their staff members are qualified to assist in any hard drive failure situation.
Edwards adds that the company understands fully that data loss does not happen during regular business hours. He states that the company has a number of data recovery engineers who are available by phone around the clock. Those who are in need of a data recovery specialist can contact the company directly by the phone number listed on their website. Edwards states that a support call with the company is free and that in many cases, the company can walk the caller through the recovery process quickly and easily.
Those who are interested in learning more can visit the company on their official company website. The website offers more information about data recovery, as well as various published posts that are designed to provide more information for those who rely on computers for their business or personal lives. Direct contact information for those wishing to connect via phone or email can be found on the website, as well as an online contact form for those who have questions, and a map to the company’s Irvine location.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Hard Drive Recovery Associates offers data recovery services to Irvine, Anaheim, Santa Ana and the surrounding Orange and LA County areas. We offer the most affordable hard drive recovery and RAID repair solutions in the industry.
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