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Maxtor Data Recovery

Providing Professional Data Recovery Services for Maxtor Drives

Do you own a Maxtor hard drive that has recently crashed or your computer no longer reads data? Five Star Data Recovery offers Maxtor Data Recovery to help you with your valuable data. Maxtor is one of the leading hard drive manufacturers for internal and external drives and it is common for their hard drives to go out over time. If your data is inaccessible from your computer, then it is time to bring in your Maxtor hard drive to Five Star Data Recovery for our data recovery team to extract your precious data files for you!

Common Problems that lead to hard drive failure

Head crash Virus infection Fire
Platter damage Corruption Flood
Controller error Deleted Files Hurricane
Actuator failure Partial overwriting Earthquake
Stuck Motor Bad sectors Power Outage

Take Advantage of our Free Diagnosis!

Nonetheless, we offer FREE diagnosis for Maxtor Data Recovery services. We provide each and every customer with a rundown of the problems with their hard drive before we begin our data recovery process. We want each customer to gain an idea of what needs to be repaired with their Maxtor drive before we begin. Our team values the trust and loyalty of every single data recovery client.

Your Data will be 100% Protected and Secure, Guaranteed.

Five Star Data Recovery highly values the trust and business of every single data recovery job we receive. If you read our Terms and Conditions, under section 2 we have outlined that your data will be 100% secure. Furthermore, upon request, we will send you a NDA form to sign. In fact, your data will be secure and there will be no data leakage.

Maxtor Data Recovery Cost?

Overall, we have no hidden fees and our Data Recovery prices are straightforward. Our Maxtor Data Recovery cost for Data Recovery Logical recoveries are either $300 or $400. The additional fee add-ons would apply to hard drives that are larger than 2TB. Also, there will be an additional fee if the drive has a USB 3.0 port built onto the PCB board of your drive, or if your hard drive is encrypted, etc.