MacBook Pro slow data on it
A1278 is the unibody MacBook Pro that Apple introduced in 2008-2009. The last model was 20012 model. This model uses traditional hard drive for storing data meaning the drive has a sata connector, read and write heads and platters. This drive sometimes becomes slow due to several reasons. Software corruption in the OS X or virus infection can make the computer slow. The other reason is the hardware failure. If data is important this kind of situation must be dealt with caution as trying to run the drive with the hope to overcome software problems may weaken the heads further and the drive may crash completely. Similarly working directly on the hardware is even more risky. So it’s very important to first let a data recovery professional evaluate the situation to determine what needs to be done.
A data recovery experts use their own techniques and proper methods to solve the problem. A lot of time when a computer technician gets this kind of drive, they will keep trying different software to recover the data and will ruin the chances of recovery. Because these people are just repair people they are not sensitive about the end results of wrong actions. During the data recovery evaluation, the recovery professional will adapt either the software or the hardware method to get the data once they know which way to go. If you are in need of data where your MacBook Pro is terribly slow and you don’t know what to do, Data Recovery Onsite is here to help.