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Robert G. B.
Maysville, KY USA

Seagate ST500DM002 Barracuda 7200.14

I could not access data. Did not open drive nor replace any elements. Computer alerts with error 'No bootable device found'.

Thanks for being so patient and professional in my not ordinary situation. I'm very satisfied with the whole process at your company and would recommend your services to anyone who's in the need. Thanks again

Todd S.
Athens, GA USA

Hitachi IC25M030ATCS04 laptop

Not sure what the failure is. Didn't click as of date of replacement (one month ago)

Thanks for the quick service!

Jacqueline R.
Waimanalo, HI USA

Seagate ST3160023AS

Freezing the computer. On line, and program was not working normally. Went to play an online game, and the computer froze. Turned it off, waited a few, turned it back on, and nothing came up, but a flashing


Randy I.
Hurst, TX

Western Digital WD3200BPVT laptop

The failure that occurred was that the OS couldn't find the boot sector. I hear clicking in the hard drive. I can't tell if it was spinning or if the noise I heard was the laptop fan. The drive has not been opened. I unplugged the hard drive from the laptop, then bought a 2.5 inch case and tried to read it from another computer. It said that it made too many attempts to read the semaphores.

Thanks for recovering my data. Randy

Terry A.,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toshiba MK1629GSG

The drive is 1.8-inch Toshiba, 160GB isn't accessible. The laptop doesn't see it any longer. The only attempt to check the disk was adding it as a secondary drive to a computer with no luck. Bios was not able to detect the drive. All data under user's profiles (not sure on each profile name).

I appreciate such painstaking work. I am hoped that I learned lesson and will try to stay on the safe side in the future. Back up on the regular base as simple as that, could've kept me away from such nightmare! Your recovery engineers are very skillful, to recover data from a dead tiny disk. Not an easy job to do. It's kind of scary to think of what you guys do... but respectful.

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