HDD Repair Freeware Options

by Rod Dunne December 14, 2011

The best HDD repair freeware choices you can make center around Windows tools and manufacturer applications. In this post I’ll show you where to find these tools and how to get the best from them. Before making any repairs with these products you should be sure to make backup copies of your data. These products (more)

HDD Repair Bad Sectors

by Rod Dunne December 9, 2011

In terms of HDD repair bad sectors are one of the more common types of faults or corruption you can experience. Software is available that can attempt to repair the fault but it can’t be guaranteed to work every single time. Here I’ll show you what tools can be used and how best to use (more)

HDD Repair Software: Which Tools Work Best?

by Rod Dunne December 8, 2011

There are a number of different HDD repair software choices available. This can make it difficult to decide which one to choose. In this article I’ll show you a reliable way of choosing which product is best for your system. If you do experience bad sectors or other corruption to the hard drive then your (more)

External Hard Drive Repair: Doing a Full System Analysis

by Rod Dunne November 22, 2011

Any external hard drive repair requires looking at all the possible hardware and software faults affecting your drive. In this post I’ll show you a checklist of different issues which you should be looking out for. This begins with hardware checks which should always be done first just in case there are mechanical faults that (more)

Finding A Good HDD Repair Tool

by Rod Dunne March 4, 2011

Picking the right HDD repair tool involves deciding between using the operating system available tools, commercial options or a manufacturer’s choice. In this post I’ll cover the three options and how each can help with your repairs. Before using any of these products you should make sure to backup all of your data for safekeeping. (more)

External Hard Drive Repair: Hardware Checks That Can Help You Fix a HDD

by Rod Dunne February 23, 2011

It is essential when doing any external hard drive repair work to ensure from the start that no hardware faults or mechanical damage is causing problems. If you ignore these types of faults then they could lead to data loss. Here I’ll show you some of the hardware checks you can try for yourself. Sounds (more)

External Hard Drive Repair: Partition and Sector Damage Tips

by Rod Dunne February 21, 2011

Fixing bad sectors as part of external hard drive repair is one of the simpler tasks to perform. However, it will not always be 100% successful. This article shows you how to use free utilities from Microsoft to analyze and repair partition damage. It also suggests some third-party applications can do more in-depth analysis. Bad (more)

Using External Hard Drive Repair Software

by Rod Dunne February 20, 2011

There are relatively few external hard drive repair software options available. This may be down to the fact that each hard drive is architected and designed quite differently from others. In this post I’ll detail the few available tools, including Microsoft’s own utilities, which can be used for repairing bad sectors and analyzing disk faults. (more)

HDD Repair Tools: Free And Commercial Choices

by Rod Dunne January 23, 2011

There are relatively few HDD repair tools available on the market these days. This is a consequence of the fact that each hard drive is designed independently so no one single tool is going to be capable of fixing them all. Here, I’ll show you how some free and commercial tool choices can be used (more)

External Hard Drive Repairs

by Rod Dunne January 18, 2011

Performing an external hard drive repair requires focusing on the hardware and software faults that can lead to problems. In this article I’ll show you how to check these two main areas and what repairs you can do for yourself. Mechanics One of the most critical things with any external hard drive repairs is to (more)