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Iomega eGo Cherry Red USB2.0 160Gb External mobile Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery: External Iomega EGo Cherry Red USB2.0 160Gb
Family: eGo Cherry Red USB2.0
Capacity: 160 GB

How much is data recovery cost?

DataBE is capable and ready to rescue the data from failed eGo Cherry Red USB2.0 160 Gb Iomega mobile hard drive. We guarantee professional, honest and fast service. The online order status can be checked at any time during the ongoing recovery process.

Repair External Mobile drive and get data back

Recovering data from the external hard drive can be done much faster when the process is clear for both sides. This deal has no room left for hidden tricks with the cost manipulations, or cahoots with advertisers to pad the service price. Make a deal directly with the data recovery specialist and get guaranteed result at fixed and very reasonable rate - considering the fact that best of IT professionals will throw their top-notch skills into the scale to win the fight for your data.

External Hard Drive
(with USB or any other connection port)
Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
Iomega eGo Cherry Red USB2.0 160 Gb External mobile Drive
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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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Problem Solved

Cannot access data on dead drive, MK6026GAX
Hard drive is very noisy, inaccessible.
You did it again. I'm so thankful for your outstanding service. Bravo!!! Cieszko Construction Co. c/o Martin C. Havelock, NC USA

HDKEB03H0A01 Error: drive not ready or disk not formatted
The drive has one of four surfaces is totally scratched, other are partially affected too.
Most of the data have few unreadable sectors and may be usable, but the big files may have many blank sectors inside and therefore totally unusable. So, the recovered data should be organized in three folders (preferably):
1. All recovered (the copy of all files - of clean and with errors altogether)
2. Separated - clean only
3. Separated - with errors only
Thanks on the great delivery effort on our last order! Awesome results! Databe partner in Alberta


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