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WD1001FALS - WD Caviar Black SATA, 1000 Gb Western Digital Hard Disk Data Recovery

WD1001FALS - WD Caviar Black SATA, 1000 Gb Hard Disk Recovery
Family: WD Caviar Black SATA
Capacity: 1000 GB
1,953 525,168 LBA size in 512-byte sectors
Model: WD1001FALS

How much is data recovery cost?

At $588 flat is to rescue the lost data from bad WD1001FALS 1000 Gb Western Digital hard drive. The new good addition for WD Caviar Black SATA recovery is the case tracking system that helps to watch and control the latest update on the ongoing recovery.

Getting back lost files

Do not ignore the problem with your failed disk. It's safe for data when it's done in a professional way by the team of engineers in the clean room environment. Databe Lab is efficiently organized with proper tools and equipment to facilitate effective file retrieving from all types of damaged computer data storage devices.

3.5" Hard Drive (from Desktop PC or MAC) Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
(round-clock)
Western Digital WD1001FALS 1Tb Hard Drive
$588
$790
Start Data Retrieval Job for this drive:

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.

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

We Guarantee:

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.
DataBe provides fast and strictly Confidential Service.


Crashed Western Digital WD2000JS-19MHB0 drive
There was no warning of failure that is the PC did not crash, nor did I detect any clicking noises. Just found one day that the PC would not boot up. Under closer inspection I found the Drive to be completely dead - the HDD motor does not rotate.
I thought I should let you know of what an amazing job your data recovery team did by working on my hard drive. I got the so-called the clone drive on the new hard drive and it works so good, seems like the failure never occurred. Frankly, I could not expect more, all my thanks to you guys. Kudos!!! Stuart A. Tokyo Japan

Error message: cannot write to the disc because disc error occurred. Western Digital WD1200JB-32CRA1
Hard drive failed to boot....it would not recognize in BIOS either. To recover .mdb database is the highest priority, everything else from Document and Settings under user 'jay' would be great, too. Good luck!
Thanks for your service, much appreciated. Jay Jay A. St.Riverside, California USA

 

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