Desktop Hard Drive Repair Fresno
So you didn’t trust that we could fix any piece of hardware? Totally understandable – we’re happy to prove that you can take us at our word.
One of the devices in our hardware repair repertoire is the hard drive. It stores all the information on your computer and is composed of a set of metal disks spinning seventy-two thousand times a minute inside a metal case. Magnets made of neodymium (a natural magnet) read and write the data. The hard drive uses magnets to store the data; it almost means you should keep magnets away from your hard drive. This won’t be a problem for most users – the majority of hard drive problems come from other causes.Read More
Desktop Hard Drive Repair
So, you decided to keep reading to find out what exactly what it was that we do? Good for you.
One of the many devices that we can repair is the hard drive. The hard drive is a set of metal disks spinning around very quickly (seventy-two thousand times a minute) inside a metal case. Super-powerful neodymium magnets read and write the data on the hard drive but because all the information stored on your hard drive is magnetic, one of the things that you should definitely keep them away from is magnets. Magnets will seriously mess up your hard drive – although the shielding is better now than it used to be. The protection has improved and because it’s pretty uncommon for a hard drive to come in contact with another powerful magnet, this disastrous problem isn’t much of a concern for most people.Read More
Desktop Hard Drive Repair Sacramento
If you’re hoping that you’ll be able to find something down here that we can’t fix, you’ll be sorely disappointed. Trust us, when we say anything, we mean anything.
One of those things is the hard drive. This device stores all the information on your computer, from your family vacation photos to your hard-won Word documents of that novel you’ve been working on. It consists of a couple of spinning metal disks inside a metal case. Super-powerful rare earth magnets store and retrieve the data. This is why it’s a good idea to keep your computer away from magnets and magnetic fields. It can seriously mess with your data.Read More