Don’t you wish you could be told if your computer hard drive was going to fail. Nothing is worse than finding out your drive is failing and you haven’t done a backup in years.
The drive is the filing cabinet for everything on your computer. All of the applications, emails, documents, photographs, and just about everything you use is on that hard drive.
When a drive fails there usually isn’t an indication before that fatal moment.
There are basic signs that the untrained person will miss which indicates the hard drive is starting to have issues.
1) Data that you could swear was saved is no longer on the drive
2) There’s a strange noise coming from the computer like a grinding sound
3) The computer seems to freeze up then it catches up and starts again.
4) Occasional Blue Screen errors pop up for no reason.
5) Ridiculous slow speed opening items or deleting something that you know took no time at all just a few weeks ago.
These are the easiest indications of a possible failing hard drive. Waiting until the drive actually fails is equal to waiting until the tire on your car finally goes flat before replacing it. Why would anyone knowing the tire will go flat wish to change the tire on the side of the road while trucks are flying by just 10 feet from you while its raining. This is the same analogy for waiting to change the hard drive until your data is unreadable and you have to turn in a report the next day. Let’s also not forget the photographs which were never backed up that will now need to be recovered or lost forever.
Today Computrs Inc announces a new service to provide advanced notice on the integrity of the hard drive in your computer.
Our service fully tests the hard drive which will allow you to decide whether to replace the drive now or continue using it for another year or two.
With a complete scan on the computer we can give you the information to be proactive rather than reactive to an eventual hard drive failure.
Call today to schedule your computer network or home computer. 973-248-9500.
Use promo code HDSCAN