Hard drives have been the gold standard in storage medium for a very long time. However, that isn’t to say they are without faults or are not susceptible to damage or data loss. When these drives do fail, and if there are no available backups, this can come with grave consequences. This is especially true when the drive is of great evidentiary value or contain many hours of work product. Either way, shrugging your shoulders over the loss is not always acceptable. There are a number of potential factors that could have caused the drive failure. In this blog post, we will take a look at the easiest and least invasive repair we could attempt – swapping the drive PCB.