Samsung SpinPoint P80 SP1203N 120G Hard Drive
Capacity: 120 GB
Factory internal code: PALO
How much is data recovery cost?
Experiencing data loss on your inaccessible SP1203N 120Gb Samsung hard drive? We can definitely get that lost data back - nearly two decades DataBe recovers data from failed Samsung disks. Fair, flat service cost. Case-monitoring system is available 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.
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Error getting hard disk parameters - Western Digital WD20EARX - WD Caviar Green 2Tb
Drive stops the motor after few quiet clicks with heads. All photos on the drive are important, other files are optional but would be a plus.
All recovered files have no corruption, good result. We'll send you more dead drives soon. Apple Store Montreal
Acer computer problem with Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 ST3160211AS drive
Drive is NOT visible in BIOS. The first problem was that the drive failed to boot with a message that the NTLDR was missing (or something like that). I then bought a new drive and installed a new OS on that drive (hoping to read this drive as a slave). I do not believe that any data has been written to the old drive since the drive's initial failure to boot. But now when I start the PC, whether I use a cable select or master/slave configuration for the two drives (old/failed and new), the BIOS reports a hard drive failure on this old drive, and the OS does not see the drive at all. The new drive works fine, suggesting that the problem is definitely with the drive, not the PC or controller.
Thank you, David M. David M. Michael Allen Company Westport, CT USA