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Hitachi Deskstar 180GXP IC35L180AVV207 07N9216 180G Hard Drive

Hitachi Deskstar 180GXP IC35L180AVV207 07N9216 180G Repair Service
Family: Deskstar 180GXP
Capacity: 180 GB
Part Number/Code 07N9216
Model: IC35L180AVV207

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DataBe professionally rescues once-lost data from crashed IC35L180AVV207 07N9216 180Gb Hitachi hard drive. High-quality, fast, efficient service is our creed. We can make it lot easier for you, by keeping tuned in during the recovery process - track it online 24-7.

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Recovering data from old hard drive can be done much faster for specialist, because the smaller capacity of device takes less time to retrieve information from the lesser number of logical sectors with data. Databe Lab has large collection of new and older legacy hard drives ready for using as parts in repairing manipulations for data retrieval purposes.

3.5" Hard Drive (from Desktop PC or MAC) Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
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Hitachi Deskstar 180GXP IC35L180AVV207 07N9216 180G Hard Drive
$488
$688
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IC35L020AVER07 - Professional hard drive recovery required
Click of Death, Drive Shows in BIOS and Spins up Properly. Cannot access the data - tried to slave the drive, tried external enclosure, tried on another computers - all the same, nothing!
... got my data and would like to let you know everything seems all right. What a relief! Thank you so much for your great work ... Adam M. Intelitek Inc. Manchester, New Hampshire USA

How to recover IC35L120AVVA07
I had to reboot the system after not using for awhile. When the PC rebooted, the HDD that I am sending you was not recognized. I checked in the BIOS setup and the IDE channel is still active, but it reports no drive is attached. The only thing I've done is checking the drive in BIOS and powered up the drive without the IDE connection. The drive spun up and didn't make any unusual noises. I stopped at that point from trying to do anything after I read your web site warning about trying to change the electronics.
Dear Databe, It looks like you are able to access all my files and save the data. Thank you for your quick, professional approach to my problem. Thank you, Tom H. Tom H. Rockwall, TX USA

 

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