Hard Drive Repair in Tucson

Have a Hard Drive Problem?

Computer crashes can signal a hard drive problem.  Call Continental Computer Services, Tucson, AZ

Hard Drive Problem in Tucson, Marana or Oro Valley?

If your computer has started running more slowly or you are getting computer crashes, you may have a hard drive problem.


  Signs of a bad hard drive include: 

clicking or grinding noise

a hard drive that won't spin

frequent crashes - particularly when booting up

corrupted data - unexpected changes to file names or folders that disappear

frequent error messages

slow down of computer

frequent freezing

blue screen


Call us now for hard drive repair in Tucson. Free estimate for hard drive repair or hard drive replacement. 


  Hard drive crash, failed hard drive or a damaged hard drive often result in data loss.  

If you have lost data to a damaged hard drive, we may be able to recover that data for you.  Ask about our data recovery or see more about Data Recovery here.  


My Hard Drive Might Be Damaged - What Should I Do?

If you suspect hard drive damage, take these steps. Continental Computer Services Tucson AZ

  If you suspect you have a crashed hard drive, dead hard drive, broken hard drive, damaged hard drive, or other sort of hard drive failure, please take these steps:

  • Turn off computer and leave it off.  If you are experience hard drive problems, repeatedly turning the computer on and off can make hard drive data recovery much more difficult.
  • Avoid do-it-yourself recovery software.  Failed DIY methods can make professional data recovery impossible.
  • Please do not take your device apart.
  • Please do not use a "check disk" program - it can cause further damage.
  • Disconnect the device from the power supply and call a computer repair person to repair the computer for you.

What Causes Hard Drive Damage?

Learn causes of hard drive damage Continental Computer Services Tucson AZ

  Hard Drive damage often occurs when a hard drive overheats - particularly in a laptop.  Other typical causes of hard drive failure include:

  • device was dropped
  • power surge
  • virus
  • manufacturing defects
  • operator error 
  • accident - particularly liquid damage.

Age is another important factor in a failed hard drive.  One study shows that about 5% of all newly installed drives fail in the first 18 months of use - typically because of manufacturing defects.  Hard drive failure peaks again after 4 years in service - as we begin to see age related hard drive crash.NOTE:  While we are glad to repair hard drive for you, the most important thing you can do to protect yourself against hard drive problems is to regularly back up your data.   

Get Professional Hard Drive Help in Tucson

Get a free estimate to fix hard drive problem at Continental Computer Services Tucson AZ

 Call Continental Computer Services for a free estimate to fix your hard drive problem.   


The computer professionals at Continental Computer Services have been recovering data and repairing computers for more than 25 years.  We will diagnose your hard drive problem and fix it right.


  • laptop hard drive 
  • dead hard drive
  • hard drive failure
  • damaged hard drive 
  • broken hard drive 
  • failed hard drive
  • hard drive recovery
  • hard drive replacement
  • crashed hard drive

Whether you have a minor hard drive failure or a major hard drive crash, we can help you with all kinds of hard drive repairs and replacements.  


Sometimes a corrupt hard drive or other hard drive problem can be handled with a repair - other times we will recommend a hard drive replacement to fix your problem.


Either way we promise to make sure you understand the problem and get a full estimate of costs before any work begins.  


AND NO SHIPPING!

Your device will be repaired here in Tucson - no need to ship it out of state.  Just call now for a professional diagnosis and estimate.

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