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WD1600BB - WD Caviar, 160 Gb Western Digital Hard Disk Data Recovery

WD1600BB - WD Caviar, 160 Gb Hard Disk Recovery
Family: WD Caviar
Capacity: 160 GB
Model: WD1600BB

How much is data recovery cost?

Flat rate to restore lost data from failed WD1600BB 160Gb Western Digital hard drive. Online access is available to track order status 24-7. No Data = No Charge.

Repair used HDD to get data back

Recovering data from old hard drive can be done much faster for specialist, because the smaller capacity of device takes less time to retrieve information from the lesser number of logical sectors with data. Databe Lab has large collection of new and older legacy hard drives ready for using as parts in repairing manipulations for data retrieval purposes.

3.5" Hard Drive (from Desktop PC or MAC) Regular Service
(3-5 days)
Emergency Service
(round-clock)
Western Digital WD1600BB 160G Hard Drive
$488
$688
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After reboot the hard drive lost files, Western Digital WD400BB-75CLB0
Drive is not getting any power, no sound, no clicking.
-It has been sitting for a week and I tried it once more today in master position and it did spin for a moment, then it stopped and I could not get it to do anything else again.
-For recovery we have tried it in different computers but it would not be recognized or make any sound.
Thank you for your recovery service Daniel P. Daniel P. Topsfield, MA USA

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The drive does not make noise and was not recognized by Bios. It is from a six year old Dell 8100. I'd used only about half of the 40 GB... However, I need the data, particularly the photographs, from my old drive for a 90th Birthday celebration that won't come around again. How quickly can you recover my data?
Dear DataBe team, you are probably used to having people call you amazing, but you really are. Thank you for such amazing, quick work! Karen M.W. Temple Terrace, Florida USA

 

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