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Hitachi Travelstar E5K500-400 HTE545040KTA300 400 Gb Laptop Hard Drive Data Recovery

Hitachi Travelstar E5K500-400 HTE545040KTA300 Data Recovery
Family: Travelstar E5K500-400
Capacity: 400 GB
Model: HTE545040KTA300
5400 RPM, 2.5-inch disk form-factor

How much is data recovery cost?

Professional data recovery service from crashed HTE545040KTA300 400G Hitachi hard drive. Whether it's inaccessible, clicking, non-spinning, not in BIOS – all these and many other failed hard drive problems are successfully handled by DataBE highly-skilled recovery specialists. With the recovery cost of $488 only – we deliver the best possible results. Our online recovery case tracker will keep you up-to-date 24-7.

Ready to go for data recovery with firm price?

If you have a dead, not spinning, or clicking hard drive with any obvious symptoms of the physical damage, you might just want to go ahead with a flat rate pricing.

One FLAT RATE / FIRM PRICE covers any recovery procedures needed to be taken, including clean room drive repair manipulations.

Laptop HDD Data Recovery Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
(round-clock)
Travelstar E5K500-400 HTE545040KTA300 400 Gb Laptop Hard Drive
$488
$688
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Compared to other makes, Hitachi and their IBM legacy drives are suffering more often with the disk platters deterioration due to occasional contact with HDD heads, flying over the spinning disks.

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You do not pay until the data you need is recovered.
No beforehand payment is ever asked, nor accepted ahead of our Recovery Report.
You may proceed with the payment only after you have reviewed the recovery process results and satisfied with its outcome.
Otherwise, no recovery labor charge.
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Recovering data from a crashed hard drive: 5K1000-1000
Hard drive quit working, as a small (less than a teaspoon) amount of coffee was under the computer. I think it found its way onto the PCB. It wasn't very much, but now the drive won't work. Did not open or mess with the drive. Please help!
Thank you for getting the data off, looks like it never happened. I really appreciate your work for me. Best Regards, David Hawkins and Company LLC, Boulder, Colorado United States

 

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