HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO RECOVER A 1TB HDD?
BAD SECTORS: Can be a few business days with drive with a lot of bad sectors and generally costs between $150-$375
BAD HEADS: Replacement heads have a timeframe of few weeks to a month due to the need to source the correct donor hard drive and costs between $1,051-$1,352.
FIRMWARE CORRUPTION: Its possible for recovery with a few weeks but generally lead to a few months due to the need to source the correct donor hard drive Starts from $375 but can be $1,352+ if a donor hard drive is needed.
PLATTER DAMAGE: Damage to the platters is never good news and is the most time consuming, you’d be in for a number of months wait and will cost $1,352+ Its important to note that platter damage can yield no recovery.
HDD RECOVERY TIME ON A WORKING HDD AVERAGING 90MBPS: 1-2 business days
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