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Seagate Momentus 5400.4 SATA ST9250827AS 250 Gb Laptop Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery For Seagate Momentus 5400.4 SATA ST9250827AS 250G
Family: Momentus 5400.4 SATA
Capacity: 250 GB
Model: ST9250827AS

How much is data recovery cost?

DataBe provides data recovery service from crashed ST9250827AS 250G Seagate hard drive at $488 - flat labor cost, regardless the failure symptoms. Professional experienced technicians are at your service to help and restore lost files.

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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.

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(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
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Momentus 5400.4 SATA ST9250827AS 250 Gb Laptop Hard Drive
$488
$688
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Thank you so much for your efforts in recovering our data, it is greatly appreciated. We'd recommend your services if someone got into the same situation with the broken drive. Thanks again, we're very much pleased with the results and our decision to send the drive to you amongst all the recovery companies. Sincerely, Lynn Lynn E. S. University of Florida Gainesville, FL USA

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Using computer one night and it just froze. I waited for 15 minutes and it was still frozen; I had to power it off with the on/off button. Upon rebooting the computer asked me for a 'hard drive' password when booting up. I have never setup a hard drive password so I don't know why it's asking for one.
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