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Western digital hard drives

  • WD My Passport data recovery

  • WD Scorpio data recovery

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  • WD VelociRaptor data recovery

  • WD My Book data recovery

  • WD Elements data recovery

  • WD Protege data recovery

  • WD IDE data recovery


What does a

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The Best Western Digital Hard Drive data recovery services, By Don Anderson

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Western Digital is one of the largest and most successful hard drive manufacturers in the world. Western Digital drives can be very tricky and complicated to recover due to their complexity. It is imperative that you seek out a proessional if your Western Digital hard drive is damaged.

Tri-State Data Recovery & Forensics, LLC

specializes in Western Digital hard drive recoveries. We are the top data recovery firm in the Philadelphia area at recovering data from the passport, mybook, cavier, essentials, and more.

Data recovery and Western Digital 3.5" hard drives

Western Digital desktop drives or 3.5" hard drives are very complex when clean room repair is needed.

What makes Western Digital hard drives difficult to recover?

Western digital drives take great skill and precision when replacing the head assembly or needing to open the drive in a clean room for other repairs. Just opening the casing on the older model drives alone sets the head alignment off and will cause the drive to click and become unable to initialize in the second phase of recovery. By having someone unexperienced work on your Western Digital hard drive will almost always result in the drive becoming destroyed permanently.

Western Digital MyBook Data Recovery

When recovering data from a Western Digital MyBook hard drive another set of issues arise. Most of these drives are encrypted and after being repaired in a clean room and imaged reading all possible bad sectors they must be unencrypted before any data can be read.

“Tri-State Data recovery came through when I had a Western Digital hard drive crash....”
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Common Western Digital Hard Drive problems

Western Digital Clicking Hard Drives

In older Western Digital hard drives a clicking sound was commonly caused by the Printed Circuit Board shorting out or (PCB). Many years ago this was a very common problem that could have been fixed by replacing the board with a matching donor and desoldering the rom chip and replacing it with the original. Western Digital drives today no longer have the rom chip located on the boards and need to be reprogrammed with very expensive equipment. The most common cause of a clicking hard drive is still bad read/write heads which requires clean room repair.

Western Digital Dropped Hard Drives

Western Digital Hard Drives are in the majority of laptops on the market today. They are dropped all the time causing head crashes and clicking western digital drives. Western Digital has a huge line of external drives that are dropped nearly everyday causing clean room data recovery procedures. To better understand what happens when a hard drive has been dropped, please click the link above.

Western Digital RAID data Recovery

Did you have Western Digital hard drives setup in your RAID array that has failed? Please stop at once, label the drives, and give us a call for a free assessment. Click on the link above for more information on how Western Digital RAID recovery works.


Affordable Western Digital data recovery rates


If you have a Western Digital hard drive of any make or model that has failed you've come to the right place. Our rates on Western Digital Hard Drive recovery are nearly half of the national competitors that advertise Western Digital Data Recovery Services in New York of Philadelphia. Click on the image below for Western Digital data recovery costs. data recovery pricing


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Tips
data recovery advice

Do not open your drive.

Do not cook your drive.

Do not freeze your drive.

Do not continue to power the drive on.

Do not run checkdisk.

Do not bang the drive.



Western Digital Facts:


On January 27, 2009, Western Digital shipped the first 2 TB internal hard disk drive.


On July 27, 2009, Western Digital announced the first 1 TB mobile hard disk drive, which shipped as both a Passport series portable USB drive as well as a Scorpio Blue series notebook drive.[7]


In July 2012, Western Digital announced a "RED" series of drives, designed for NAS devices. This series of drives has a special firmware designed for Home/Small Business environments, has better reliability than standard desktop drives, is more energy efficient and comes with a 3-year warranty.



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