Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Leading Data Recovery Services Expert Helps Macbook Pro Users Speed Up Their Machine

Hard Drive Recovery Group (HDRG), a data recovery service based out of Irvine, California, has shared another article on their highly proclaimed blog to help Macbook Pro users understand how they can reset their machines back to their factory default. This strategy can help those who find their machine is running slower than it did when it was newly bought. Those looking to sell or trade in their machine due to poor responsiveness should first attempt this essential step.

HDRG is one of the leading providers of data recovery services in the area. With over 15 years’ experience, they have recovered thousands of gigabytes of data from customers large and small, including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, as well as every branch of the US military. Their suggestion that users reset their hardware to factory settings is based on their experience of recovering items lost through deletions, fire and flood damage, and a very wide range of other forms of accidental.

Many people want to trade in their machines when it begins to perform slower than they expect. Others want to pass it on to someone else or donate it to a school or charity. To ensure that no personal data, photos, or videos are exposed, the company advises users to reset the device, thus wiping all data and making it much more difficult for malicious third parties to retrieve any data from the machine. The blog posts instructions include reinstalling the Mac Operating System, also known as MacOS. Once that is complete the system will launch the Setup Assistant which will then allow the new owner to put in their own details when they are ready. The post is entitled “5 Easy Steps to Reset Your MacBook Pro” and can be found on their website

Through a previous release on their blog, the company outlined common scenarios and situations that can lead to data loss. In it, Maureen Davies, a spokesperson for the Hard Drive Recovery Group, stated, “Losing your sensitive information can be very stressful and, if you are a business, this is intensified even further. However, the most important part of this process is to learn from it, and we are committed to helping our customers in this aspect as well."

Hardware failure is the most common cause of data loss, with over 140,000 hard discs failing every week in the US alone. The company has helped thousands recover their information, but there are some cases where the data recovery process may not be possible. HDRG advises computer users in this unfortunate situation to seek out experts with a proven track record in data recovery. In order to connect users with such a service, the company recently launched a new website to help users find the professional assistance they require from the company’s own technicians.

Prospective customers may also find reviews of the company’s services on the website. For instance, Hagen R. gave them a 5-Star rating and said, “We had a multiple hard drive failure on a RAID 5 Exchange machine, and my boss selected HDRG to do the RAID data recovery. The response was fast (they actually sent someone out to pick up our server), and we had a repaired system within three days. Great, friendly data recovery service that definitely knows what they're doing.”

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The company can often offer aid where others may say there is nothing more that can be done. In his 5-Star review, Ramiro A. stated, “Lou and his team really went out of their way to help me, which was great as I had already been to other data recovery services nearby, and all of them said there was nothing they could do. HDRG restored all the data on my hard drive and had it back to me by the end of the week. No nonsense, high quality data recovery!”

Those looking for more information can read the company’s previous posts and explore their services online. Computer users suffering from data loss are encouraged to call HDRG directly to inquire further or make an appointment to come in. The firm is also active on a wide range of social networks.



from Hard Drive Recovery Group

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