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Larry K., Gaylord, Michigan, United States

Seagate Barracuda ST32000641AS


My Barracuda XT drive appears as dead, but sound of spinning motor can be recognized by humming sound. Lately, I've noticed that sometimes the drive's motor stops even on the boot. The local computer repair specialist had a look at it and recommended data recovery service. The drive wasn't tampered with in any way; everything is in the original state.



Thank you! Great job in recovering my data!


Marcello B.
Yorktown NY USA

IBM IC25N030ATDA04 laptop


SYSTEM READS NOT HARD DRIVE DETECTED ....N SPINING SOUND OR CLICKING NOISE HEARD. DRIVE WAS SENT FOR EST. TO A RECOVERY SERVICE NO WORK DONE TO DRIVE JUST INITAL EST.



Thanks you guys are the best... Again thanks, some of those photos are priceless others just a goof but I'm super happy to get them back!
Thanks!
Marcello


Rick J.
Saint Charles, MO USA

Hitachi HTS722020K9A300 200 Gb laptop


The computer had water spilled on it. It was powered up but sitting idle. Now it's not booting, nor spinning.



Excellent service and you did a wonderful job. Thanks.
Rick


Karen H.
Augusta, GA

Western Digital WD2500BEVE 250 Gb laptop


Hard-drive began making a loud clicking noise, and then refused to boot. The service technicians at CompUSA tried some very basic recovery techniques but said the data was unrecoverable.



Thank you for recovering my data, I really-really appreciate it!!!
Thank you again...
~Karen


Peter K.
Hitachi Kinzoku Itabashi Shataku
Tokyo Japan

Toshiba MK5076GSX HDD2J93 laptop


Circumstances of failure: During use, I received a blue DOS screen indicating that 'Windows was shutting down to prevent further damage'. I powered down and attempted to restart, at which point I immediately receive a DOS screen indicating that 'no boot sector' is detected. I don't hear any clicking, and the drive does not appear to spin.
Steps taken: Removed (but never opened) the drive, inserted it into external USB device, and attempted to access data on a separate computer, which obviously wasn't successful.



I wanted to let you know that we were finally able to access the recovered data from the drive you sent. Yeah! Please go ahead and delete the copy of our data you have on file.

Thank you for all of your help!

Best regards,
Peter




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