Laminar Flow Cabinet from HddSurgery

HddSurgery Ltd. is a global leader in providing professional data recovery and computer forensic hardware tools since 2009.

Our mission is to find optimal solutions for common mechanical problems with hard drives, such as broken heads, head stiction and jammed … Read more

HddSurgery Spindle Replacement Tool

In our previous article we have shown video guides for using our head replacement tools for Samsung, Toshiba and Hitachi Ramp Hard Drives

In this article we will present our tool for Spindle Replacement on Seagate 7200.10/.11 hard drives.Spindle Read more

HddSurgery Tools For Western Digital CSS Hard Drives

In our previous article we have shown video guides for using our head replacement tools for Seagate Ramp hard drives.

In this article we will present our head swap tools for Western Digital hard drives which park their heads on … Read more

Head Swap On Seagate Css Hard Drives

After the first head replacement tool made for Maxtor hard drives got top grades, HddSurgery continued researching and developing products for head swap operations on hard drives.

After years of developing and innovating, we are proud to know that our … Read more

Training for HddSurgery data recovery tools

Another big novelty that we have decided to introduce this year, beside data recovery service, is a training for usage our data recovery tools. This idea emerged after numerous requests to provide specific course for clients who are newbies … Read more

Inside the HGST Helium Hard Drive

Helium-filled hard drives may be our future storage option. Increased storage, less noise and reduced heating, reduced power consumption are just some improvements behind these types of hard drives.

Yet, no one had an opportunity to look inside the helium … Read more

Solution for the Jammed Motor on Hard Drives

Introduction of the fluid bearings hasn’t completely eliminated all possibilities for the motor failures during HDD operation. Currently, the biggest problem in this area is the jammed spindle in the bearing housing.

This defect occurs mostly due to shocks or … Read more

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