Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA 6V160E0 160G Hard Drive
Capacity: 160 GB
Factory internal code: Sabre
How much is data recovery cost?
Having problem accessing data on your old 6V160E0 160Gb Maxtor hard drive? If the data is important and has to be restored - DataBE is the answer to your problem. Providing high-quality Data Recovery service at $490 only from your faulty Maxtor hard drive.
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.
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You may proceed with the payment only after you have reviewed the recovery process results and satisfied with its outcome.
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IC35L060AVER07 Cannot be detected
The disk had difficulties been recognized at first - but was recognized with multiple reboot. Once rebooted, the system eventually froze. And now the disk cannot be mounted anymore.
...great, fast... perfect experience... THANKS Pierre-Yves S. Boca Raton, FL USA
Failed Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3500830A drive
Drive is NOT visible in computer setup, possibly caused by installation of MS X Box 360 Media. A program that allows 360 to read files from PC. Probably just being paranoid. System worked fine after this install for a day. It then froze and had to be forced to shut down (held power button). Upon reboot, this drive (master) and the slave western digital drive on same ribbon were not recognized by bios. I disconnected slave drive, hoping that this was somehow the problem. The best that I could get from the bios was the drive being recognized as nothing in CMOS'. I did quite a bit of poking around on the web (after putting another DM 8 drive in from another PC) to discover that the firmware microcode is probably corrupt. The only software that I could find (that didn't require special hardware) seemed a bit sketchy and had a retail similar to the cost of your services. So I didn't try to do anything with the firmware. While it's hard to swallow, I think that a budget of $600 is reasonable only because of those pictures of my children, which I couldn't bear having to tell my wife are gone.
Dear Data Recovery team, God Bless You for what you do, saving lives. I cannot thank you enough for what you did, practically saved my life. Thank You, Jeremy A. Jeremy A. Hamilton, OH USA