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Problem Description
Your computer is not able to boot to your operating system. Sometimes it won’t even turn on at all. Usually, however, the system will begin to boot and display messages on your monitor but stop somewhere in the process.

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Cause
Causes for this can range from a simple connection problem all the way to severe hard drive malfunction. It would be nearly impossible to list all the potential problems in detail that could lead to this happening to your computer. The most common reasons for your system’s inability to boot are hard drive data related.
Sometimes, the cause of the inability to boot is not related to a problem with your hard drive, but it can be difficult to be sure. The safest course of action to preserve your crucial data is to let the professionals at IT Data Recovery help you get your data back.

Solution
First check all connections. We have had callers whose systems were simply unplugged. If the problem occurs directly after a change of hardware, such as a motherboard or ram upgrade, it is usually safe to allow a local computer service shop to inspect the system for hardware problems, as the problem will most likely be from an incompatibility of hardware components.
If the problem occurs for no apparent reason, however, there is a much greater cause for concern. When this happens, there is a much greater chance that your hard drive is failing and your data is in jeopardy. When this is the case, we recommend you choose us for the safest return of your important data.
We often work on drives after their users have taken them to a local computer service shop that has determined the problem is due to hard drive malfunction or problems with data on the drive. Many of our clients, however, choose to send their drives or systems to us first to avoid having unnecessary risks taken in the recovery process by a computer technician using the standard procedures.
There is often some risk to your data in allowing even professional computer technicians to attempt the recovery of your system when the cause of the problem is hard drive related. Every time a failing hard drive is accessed, the chances for more data loss increases. Even a pro might unknowingly damage a drive more simply by running the standard set of tests on the system. With our equipment and procedures, we only access the drive once to make a raw image clone from which we do our recoveries. This is the safest method because it minimizes wear and tear on the original while we carry out the rest of the recovery process on the cloned data. This procedure requires professional data recovery equipment. We offer much safer recoveries than a simple computer service shop can offer with their minimal recovery equipment and lack of cleanrooms.
Many computer service shops will simply offer to format and reinstall your operating system if the problem is not obvious or easily fixed with your hard drive. Don’t believe this is your only option and that your data is gone until you try us.
When your data is essential, don’t take risks. Call us or click START MY RECOVERY for the safest recovery of your data.

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