Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II WDH2Q20000 2Tb external RAID Data Recovery
Capacity: 2000 GB
How much is RAID Data Recovery cost?
Specializing in professional data recovery from crashed external WD My Book Studio Edition II WDH2Q20000 2Tb RAID. For nearly two decades DataBe has been in the market providing the great results for clients who experienced data loss situations. The recent addition to our website is the self-tracking device that allows being on the top of all updates in duration of recovery process.
RAID Repair Service for successfull data restoration
Make a deal directly with the data recovery specialist and get guaranteed result at fixed and very reasonable rate - considering the fact that best of IT professionals will throw their top-notch skills into the scale to win the fight for your data.
We provide service for any kind of problem related to a failed RAID, like internal damages involving clean room repairs, electronic components malfunction, or data corruption due to damaged magnetic layer on the disk.
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Why dead WD Drive won't spin up
The first reason why your drive doesn't spin can be damage to the electrical circuits. The burnt electronic components on the attached circuit board to the bottom of the drive or internal head arm electronic inside the drive are true candidates to be the source of dead drive silence. The noticeable smoked elements on the board, a distinctive smell with no indication of the spinning motor can tell you the clear story of the power surge mishap. Simple idea to swap board from another drive is not working for hard drives. Our specialists are able to recreate original PCB firmware using low-level access to internal microcode on platters. Then they re-program the donor's onboard ROM, making the spare part board the genuine, fully compatible, and safe to use with failed drive and access the user data
The second major cause of absolutely silent hard drive can be the heads stiction to the platter surface. Heads are normally parked at certain parking tracks on the disks just beside the spindle, or on the parking ramp outside of the platters. By some reason (sharp shake or drop) the head tips can fail to land to the correct parking spot and fell right on the disk surfaces. And they stick to disk platters! The cohesive intermolecular forces are surprisingly strong between smooth surfaces of heads and platters. There are no simple solutions to unglue the stack heads, but simple enforcing applied directly to the spindle or head arm in attempt to pull off heads from disks will lead to inevitable disk scratching and data loss.
Finally, the stuck motor spindle or the coil wire breakdown (inside the motor) will bring the data recovery task to the upper level due to the absolute necessity to transfer disks to the new drive-recipient spindle.
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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.
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After reboot the hard drive lost files, Western Digital WD10EADS
HD was working in old computer. Removed HD and installed in a new computer as a second drive. Moved the jumpers from Master to 'cable select'. Windows XP did not detect the HD. Powered down the PC and disconnected power cord. Moved the jumper setting to 'slave'. Again XP did not detect the HD. Opened BIOS and noted that BIOS did not recognize the HD. Exited out of BIOS and started computer. Noticed that the HD is not spinning or clicking. I don't believe that it was spinning or clicking the first time I installed in the new computer. I opened the cover, did not touch anything and placed cover back on.
Thanks for the help in recovering my data. Adam C. Foss North America Eden Prairie, MN USA