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Old Nov 26, 2007, 04:54 AM
MasterMalcon MasterMalcon is offline
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My friends consulted Stellar Information when his hard drive suffered from physical crash. He got back 80% of the data back. Stellar a data recovery company is capable of recovering any type of data Lost due to a virus attack, Missing File/Directory Or Accidental re-partitioning to physical media crashes caused due to mal-function of Read/Write Head assemblies and PCB/Logic Board failures.
They do a free ****ysis of the hard drive and send the report, if we are satisfied with the report then recovering take place.
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Old Jul 27, 2009, 05:57 PM
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Default LaCie d2 Quadra

Most likely, inside of your LaCie d2 Quadra external box you will find a Hitachi HDS721010KLA330.
That drive is not the best one to keep important files. Apply immediately to data recovery spe******t with the first sign of drive's failure.

Try Data-R-US.com : www.data-r-us.com

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Old Aug 23, 2009, 11:18 PM
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Default Re: failed hard drive data recovery

I had my hard drive crashed (click of death) and I used by recommendtion (of course) Databe.com, very good company. Very reasonable fee, fast time turnaround. I'd strongly recommend them. Their website: [B]www.databe.com [/B]
No data recovery software can help (if not could make it worse!), if drive's got physical damage.

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