Seagate Digital Hard Drive
Data Recovery Service
In 2008 Seagate drastically re-designed its SATA hard drive architectures from the previous Barracuda drives to a new F3 architecture that contained a greatly revised micro architecture similar to the one used in it’s SCSI hard drive architecture.
Our Data Recovery Engineers has extensive experience recovering data from failed Seagate hard drives. Regardless if you have an older Barracuda architecture, a new generation F3 architecture, a Cheetah SCSI drive or SAS architectures, we have the experience and technology to assist you with both simple and complex recovery cases.
Some of the failure types that modern Seagate hard drives encounter are:
- Damage to the printed circuit board (PCB)
- Damage to the Head Stack Assembly
- Damage to preamplifier
- Firmware corruptions
- Stuck Spindle
- Bent Spindle