Toshiba Datarecovery

Toshiba storage solutions are one of the most popular brands on the market today. Their wide range of hard disk drives (HDD), Solid State drives (SSD) and hybrid drives (HSSD) are found in a plethora of different computers and storage devices. Due in part to Toshiba’s market presence in several of the different electronic components, the company approaches hard drives from a unique perspective, combining performance, capacity, efficiency and reliability into every hard drive they make. This approach allows Toshiba produce an incredibly diverse line of hard drives tailored to any and every need of consumers.

Toshiba Products we work with include, but are not limited to:

  • AL13SEL Series
  • AL13SE Series
  • MC04ACA Series
  • AL13SX Series
  • MG03ACA/MG03SCA Series
  • MK01GRRR Series
  • MG04ACA Series
  • MK01GRRB Series
  • MG03ACAY/MG03SCP Series
  • HK3R Series
  • MD03ACA-V
  • MKxx50GAC
  • MQ01AAD032C
  • MG04SCA Series
  • PX02SM Series
  • MK2001TRKB/2TSKB
  • PX02SS Series
  • DT01ACA Series
  • PX03SN Series
  • MKxx61GSYD Series
  • MKxx76GSX Series
  • MKxx61GSYG Series
  • MKxx61GSYN Series
  • MKxx60GSC
  • MKxx61GSYB Series
  • MKxx76GSXZ Series
  • MQ01ABD Series
  • MQ01ABF Series
  • MQ01ABU Series
  • MQ01ACF Series
  • MQ01ABDH Series
  • MQ01ABFH Series
  • MQ02ABF Series
  • THNSNF Series
  • HG5d Series
  • HG6 Series
  • MQ01ABB Series
  • MK5061GSYB
  • Canvio Connect


Common Problems

From time to time Toshiba drives experience problems with the printed circuit board (PCB), read/write heads, and the hard drive’s firmware. Because of Toshiba’s large presence in the laptop hard drive market, we see many cases as a result of an issue with the laptop such as electrical overload, operating system crashes, and physical trauma due to a fall. If physical damage occurs and you hear odd sounds like clicking, clunking, or ticking, power down your device immediately. These noises indicate internal damage to the hard drive and, along with the danger of causing additional damage, running a drive with these issues can also lead to a loss of data stored on the platters. If the damage is electrical, the area to be affected first is the PCB. Problems with the PCB will stop the hard drive from being recognized by the computer or even spinning up.