Why do hard drives crash?

Hard drives are no different than any other electronic and mechanical part vytorin dosage. Consumer hard drives spin at 5,400 or 7,200 RPM’s. The distance from the drive head to the drive platter is about 40 nano meters (less than a spec of dust). Electronics heat up.

All hard drives will crash. It’s just a matter of when.

Since we don’t know when, it’s important to have a good backup strategy.

We recommend an online backup plan. Call to help us get you set up. Costs are as low as $5.00 per month.

However if your drive does crash, we can help you with data recovery as well. Call us now at 801-410-0203 to see how we can help preserve your data, or get your data back after a hard drive crash.