For data storage purposes desktop computers use a wide range of HDDs and SSDs with different form-factors, capacities and interfaces. Desktop data recovery process significantly depends on what type of storage medium is used in your desktop
Logically corrupt data file system structure corruption, firmware corruption Physically damaged media dropped or broken or a run over media which has been in fire or water Internal mechanical or electric problems such as failed PCB's, Brick errors, translator corruption, basic firmware issues on the hard drive platter, read/write head error, spindle motor problem
As they are often carried about and exposed to different environmental factors such as heat, water and dust, laptop and notebook computers are far more likely to experience data loss than their office desktop counterparts. Their portability makes these sophisticated and essential in-the-field devices prime candidates for data loss.