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Western Digital WD Series II USB 2.0 WDXU1200BB 120Gb External Drive Data Recovery

Western Digital WD Series II USB 2.0 WDXU1200BB 120Gb Recovery
Family: WD Series II USB 2.0
Capacity: 120 GB
Part Number/Code WDXU1200BB

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3.5" External Hard Drive
(with USB or any other connection port)
Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
(round-clock)
Western Digital WD Series II USB 2.0 WDXU1200BB 120 Gb External Drive
$488
$688
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Problem Solved

Seagate ST31500541AS Barracuda LP 3 external Crashed hard drive repairing
Non-English characters
CRC is the failure. (Possible corruption?) No clicking,
no spinning
recovery attempts: hooked up to external USB shell.
That's it.
PLEASE HELP MEEEE!!!! :)
Thank You!!! Thank You very much for the help. -Aaron L. Aaron L. San Ramon, California United States

Seagate ST1500DM003 Barracuda 7200.14 external Error: drive not ready system halted
Windows 'sees' the drive. Seagate software can give the drive parameters. The drive appears to spin. I believe the drive over heated. No recovery attempts other than trying on different PCs and at different times.
Thanks for your service, looks good. You may count on my references of your services, whenever you need one. Cheers, Sam Sam E.P./EnviroDesign M&E Systems Engineering

 

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