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Seagate Momentus Thin 5400 SATA ST500LT012 500 Gb Laptop Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery For Seagate Momentus Thin 5400 SATA ST500LT012 500G
Family: Momentus Thin 5400 SATA
Capacity: 500 GB
976,773,168 LBA size in 512-byte sectors
Model: ST500LT012

How much is data recovery cost?

DataBe provides data recovery service from crashed ST500LT012 500G 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.

Ready to go for data recovery with firm price?

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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Momentus Thin 5400 SATA ST500LT012 500 Gb Laptop Hard Drive
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A fast-growing number of bad sectors and warning messages of operating system are the certain indicators of disk platters deterioration for Seagate drives. Tiny scratches on the surface and dust particles produced by colliding heads lead to irreversible data loss.
More threatening sign of this both oncoming and imminent disaster that eventually kills the heads and makes all data inaccessible is a repeating scratching noise coming from the failed hard drive.
The process of dying or alredy-dead hard drive is usually accompanied by an error messages on the screen of your computer. "Hard Disk Fail" and "No operating system found" warnings are coming on the attempt to start or reboot the computer.

This is a crucial moment for the user or computer repair technician to terminate any usage of drive and disconnect the power cord, and if necessary - remove the battery from the computer. Any extra attempts to read from the drive or run a computer diagnostic utility to test the problem would shorten the drive's life and may result in further unrecoverable data loss.

The most extreme failure symptom for Seagate drives is clicking or knocking sound. No doubts, the drives with such symptom must go directly to the lab's clean room for immediate repair.

You make a deal, we do the rest. Know the service cost in advance and save time, funds, and nerves.

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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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Recovering a dying Seagate ST94011A hard drive
Drive won't boot to XP. Recognized by BIOS, then nothing. For a while, there was a "NTLDR is missing" but then turned to a blinking cursor after POST. No clicking, drive does spin. Scanned with R-Studio Emergency, which found the drive, but could not get the drive to show up as a slave on any computer except when running in a DOS mode. Other recovery efforts may have been made by other techs, but I do not have any specific information about the details. I also ran SpinRite, which saw the disk fine, but trying to boot from an XP CD (to try and replace the NTLDR originally) it would not boot from the CD (got hung on the "Setup will now check your system resources...") Never physically messed with the drive, never opened, never replaced board.
Your data recovery services are very honest and professional; those are the rare qualities in nowadays... Thank you very much Neil H. ndh Small Business Consulting Eastham, MA USA

How to fix a crashed hard drive. Seagate ST94811A
Unable to access the drive. Drive is 3 years old, spun up and gave Windows license error, after reboot would not return to OS, would just spin up and then spin down. Drive was not opened but was hooked to working system to see if it could be accessed.
...everything seems just fine. Thanks... Brad B. Park Industries Saint Cloud, MN USA


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