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Samsung SpinPoint P80 SP1213N 120G Hard Drive

Data Recovery For Samsung SpinPoint P80 SP1213N 120G Hard Drive
Family: SpinPoint P80
Capacity: 120 GB
Model: SP1213N

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Experiencing data loss on your inaccessible SP1213N 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.

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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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Samsung SpinPoint P80 SP1213N 120G Hard Drive
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Are you reliable data recovery service? I have a failed MPG3102AT-C hard drive
The drive could not be seen by the operating system Win98 BIOS. Prior to the failure we got a couple of 'Disk Write error to Drive F:' that interrupted the program data acquisition run in Labview application. The drive was removed from that computer and attached by IDE cable to external USB hard drive box and plugged into XP computer. That computer could not see the drive in BIOS either. We measured 5V and 12V with drive attached and both were OK with ripple less than 2 mv. So drive is not pulling down power supplies. The drive doesn't spin up. The drive doesn't click.
Dear data recovery team, We have reviewed the file folders that you emailed to us on above titled job, and we see that you were successful in recovering the data from our failed hard disk. Thanks... Walt P. H-Ion Solar Inc. Richmond, California United States


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