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Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 SATA HDT725040VLA360 400G Hard Drive

Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 SATA HDT725040VLA360 400G Repair Service
Family: Deskstar T7K500 SATA
Capacity: 400 GB
Model: HDT725040VLA360

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DataBe professionally rescues once-lost data from crashed HDT725040VLA360 400Gb 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.

Repair used HDD to get data back

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
(round-clock)
Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 SATA HDT725040VLA360 400G Hard Drive
$488
$688
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NOT RECOGNIZED BY BIOS + CLICKING. BECAUSE OF THE CLICKING I DIDN'T TRY ANYTHING, SO THE DISK IN ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION.
Dear Sirs, Thanks a lot for your great services. My Outlook data is back and I'm very pleased with the results. Thanks again, Sergio SERGIO S. Fairport, New York USA

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HD was working in old computer. Removed HD and installed in a new computer as a second drive. Moved the jumpers from Master to 'cable select'. Windows XP did not detect the HD. Powered down the PC and disconnected power cord. Moved the jumper setting to 'slave'. Again XP did not detect the HD. Opened BIOS and noted that BIOS did not recognize the HD. Exited out of BIOS and started computer. Noticed that the HD is not spinning or clicking. I don't believe that it was spinning or clicking the first time I installed in the new computer. I opened the cover, did not touch anything and placed cover back on.
Thanks for the help in recovering my data. Adam C. Foss North America Eden Prairie, MN USA

 

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