PCB SearchWe source obsolete hard drives from within Australia and around the world for use by data recovery companies in replacing parts such as hard to find PCBs. This helps them to recover lost files and erased or lost data.
We have thousands of high end hard drives in stock and the ability to search for those drives (in order to to recover data), that are not in our library, so the chances of finding one in the first few hours are high. If you do not get a response straight away, do not worry. Our technicians are out there searching for you so you can carry on with the recovery of your lost files for your dta recovery clients.
We do not sell the hard disk drives direct, but use the parts to copy the lost data and return the recovered information to you as fast as possible. Your hard drive then has its original parts returned to it. You pay nothing if the data cannot be recovered. See Fees for more details
There are three simple steps to follow when looking for an obsolete drive.
Step 1. Determine the problem with the drive (is it clicking, clunking , scraping, not spinning or just not detecting?)
Step 2. Determine the make and model of the drive. Some other descriptors may be needed (see drive specifics to the left of this page).
Step 3. Go to Drive Search and submit the details of the drive, and we will search for an identical obsolete drive.
The search may take several hours or days, depending on the availability of an appropriate drive. Once a drive has been found, you will be contacted by email or telephone with instructions on how to proceed with the drive repair.
For required information on drives, go to one of the links to the left.
For multiple drives, please go to our Multiple Drive Form.
Please fill in the following information (The more information we have, the better chance we have of finding the right drive.)