Professional Data Recovery Services
Designed to retrieve lost or inaccesible information from Maxtor hard drives
Maxtor Data Recovery for Failed Hard Drives
To Speak with Maxtor Data Recovery Specialist Call: 1.800.551.3917 (24 hr toll-free hotline)
Maxtor may have been purchased by Seagate in 2005 but they are still continuing the Maxtor hard drive brand and even these hard drives are susceptible to physical crashes, manufacturing defects and user error. Every year CBL successfully retrieves thousands of Maxtor hard drives containing terabytes of important data or otherwise irreplaceable material.
Having a data loss problem arise, especially in an environment where attention to detail and deadlines are critical to your work, can be detrimental and business affecting, not to mention client affecting. Even home users with endless amounts of photos and home movies stored on their Maxtor OneTouch external hard drive can feel the stress and worry which comes with data loss. With over 15 years of experience in retrieving data from Maxtor hard drives, CBL understands your need for receiving prompt, effective data recovery services. With the quality services provided by CBL, your business will be back up and running and your deadlines met.
The Maxtor Data Recovery Process
The Maxtor data recovery process for your data can begin with our online data recovery form or, by simply calling toll-free 1-800-551-3917 and speaking with one of our customer care professionals. Your CBL recovery professional will step you through a series of questions to determine the likelihood of data recoverability, potential costs involved and guide you through the process. Depending on the type of data recovery service you choose, your data could be recovered in as little as 24 hours.
As soon as the Maxtor hard drive is received, it is immediately logged into our system. At this point, you will receive a call from your CBL customer care professional who will confirm receipt of the unit and gather any further information required by our CBL laboratory engineers. The hard drive is then quickly sent into the laboratory for evaluation. During this evaluation stage, whenever possible, a copy of your media is made. As one of CBL’s founding policies, we make sure that the original data and media is never compromised in any way. Once the evaluation is complete, your customer care professional will contact you to inform you of the evaluation results and we will follow up with a written quotation for your approval.
When the data is recovered, it is taken through a strict quality control process to ensure it is in a usable format. Your data is returned to you in the media of your choice. In most cases, DVD’s are utilized but an external USB hard disk can also be provided. In some cases, CBL can send data back via FTP transfer. This allows you to download data from our servers quickly and securely.
To begin the data recovery process for your Maxtor hard drive feel free to submit a Maxtor request online. You can also call speak with a customer care professional to get further information and a project ID number.
Call us right now to begin your data recovery process at 1-800-551-3917.
A Special Note to Seagate / Maxtor Customers
While many computer hobbyists and smaller data recovery firms will attempt recovery processes following steps found in various videos on YouTube, CBL possesses the techniques and technology to go beyond these troubleshooting steps and retrieve data that could not otherwise be obtained. Less than 5% of all Seagate/Maxtor hard drives received by CBL during 2009 were the ‘bricked’ firmware problems associated with Maxtor DiamondMax 22 units. The vast majority of units received were hard drives with damage to the media surface and subsequently their read/write heads, due to initial problems arising from the defect map not being able to account for any new errors. While CBL encourages the troubleshooting of hard drives, please be aware that attempting to debug a supposed firmware issue on a hard drive which is not a DiamondMax 22 unit, or a hard drive which is ‘clicking’, will only cause further problems and/or damage to the disk surfaces. More information on Maxtor firmware problems can be found here.