Ace Data Recovery Lab is only one local lab instead of virtual office like others. We can sit down and face to face talk about your case, our company address: 5070 NW 74 AVE Miami FL. 33166. East side of palmetto highway.
Since 1998, we have been serving thousands of customers in Florida. Price starting at $95. Please email us tech@acedatalab.com, we reply your email within 30 minutes during working days.
We can work on a case on 24/7 bases. Most cases  need only 2-3 days.
We save your data on a secured saver before your take it and remove it as soon as you accept with a satisfaction.
Before you pay for the recovered data, you can review them.Always seeing is believes, Call us @ 305-2286163, we answer calls 24/7.
We have modern equipment to ensure getting your data back as much as possible. It is fully equipped with data recovery tools and class 100 clean room.

WD Hard Drive

While exceptionally good drives, Western Digital, like all other hard drives, occasionally fail. Sometimes these failures can be due to read/write head problems or service track corruption. Usually this damage occurs due to improper cooling, allowing the drive to reach temperatures above its maximum recommended operating temperature. Often when there are head or microcode issues, the drive will either make a clicking noise, or display the wrong drive size at POST. For instance, you might see “Western Digital 120 GB WDAC1200BB,” instead of “Western Digital Caviar 60 GBWDAC600BB.” This is a sign that the heads or microcode have failed, but it is still a completely recoverable condition in most circumstances. If the drive is clicking, it is important to turn it off immediately. This can damage the platter media over time. If you have a failing Western Digital hard drive, and would like more information about how we can help you, please call us at 305-2286163.
Please keep in mind that hard drives are delicate instruments. Like any other delicate instrument, if they are not handled with care or properly cooled, you may experience a failure. Hard drives are sensitive to heat, rapid temperature changes, static electricity, power surges and physical shock. We estimate that most hard drive failures occur due to operating conditions, not manufacture defects.