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Western Digital WD1600BPVT 160 Gb Laptop Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery For Western Digital WD1600BPVT 160G
Family: WD Scorpio Blue
Capacity: 160 GB
Model: WD1600BPVT

How much is data recovery cost?

Have your WD1600BPVT 160G Western Digital hard drive become inaccessible, perhaps making unusual clicking sounds or is too silent and appears not-spinning at all? If data on it is important – let that handle professionals. DataBE offers recovery cost for $488 flat rate. We support all WD laptop (notebook) hard drives regardless the failure symptoms. We deliver your data – Guaranteed, or you do not pay us anything.

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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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WD1600BPVT 160 Gb Laptop Hard Drive
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Error message: bad sector writing or reading to drive Western Digital WD3200BPVT
The failure that occurred was that the OS couldn't find the boot sector. I hear clicking in the hard drive. I can't tell if it was spinning or if the noise I heard was the laptop fan. The drive has not been opened. I unplugged the hard drive from the laptop, then bought a 2.5 inch case and tried to read it from another computer. It said that it made too many attempts to read the semaphores.
Thanks for recovering my data. Randy Randy I. Hurst, TX

Western Digital WD2500BEVE Cannot be detected
Hard-drive began making a loud clicking noise, and then refused to boot. The service technicians at CompUSA tried some very basic recovery techniques but said the data was unrecoverable.
Thank you for recovering my data, I really-really appreciate it!!! Thank you again... ~Karen Karen H. Augusta, GA


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