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Justin A. Jacksonville
Laptop had intermittent hard drive problems, tried to solve by software. Suspected virus, but not confirmed. Computer restart itself in the night, and when I saw it in the morning, OS not found was displayed. Tried several restart attempts, no ticking or clicking, but sometimes the drive would spin, sometimes not. Sometimes BIOS recognized, sometimes not. Power would sometimes go to it, well, you get the picture, sometimes not. I tried the drive in an exact model of another laptop, did the same thing. I tried to restore or view drive integrity using various freeware drive utilities, but as I did not have the experience in recovering, gave up fairly quickly. I'd like to get the drive cloned to a new hard drive enclosed, so it will boot.
Thank you very much for getting this completed so promptly, I never expected a reply so fast, you just made my day...
Juan P. Miami
Not powering on at all. Computer gave me a blue screen, then after a couple of restarts, computer made a loud squeaking stopping noise. Turned it off, restarted and did it again. Took it to a local tech and said he could no recover data. He said that I will need to be taken to a clean room.
Thank you very much. It is a great pleasure to work with an honest, customer service oriented company; to do business with you guys. A+++++++
Christopher B. Data Clinic Inc. Miami
Power Failure/UPS Failure. Drive is spinning and recognized in BIOS but won't boot. Unrecognized partition found. Tried replacing Drive PCB, same problem.
Thanks for recovering our data, great services!
Robert L. Franciscan Gardens Naples
System just would not boot; makes a loud sound.
Thanks guys for good news!!! Looks perfect...
William E. Tampa
Unable to boot; non-stop clicking sound. The hard drive is part of RAID0. The data is crucial.
The company IT specialist had a look at it, the software recovery drastically failed, then he suggested data recovery, the name of your company came up as the well-recommended from our associates.
This is to confirm that we got a new hard drive with the data onto it and everything is there in the order. Our appreciation is beyond words, as there would be no way to reconstruct the data that we thought we lost. Please feel free to add this thanks to your web.
Nathan R. Zenden Multimedia Coral Gables
Drive is failed in OS. Hot swap incident. Circuit board fried, possible R/W head damage. Tested with new circuit board... Tested with new Firewire Enclosure... Tested with Desktop SATA connection... All tests failed to mount drive. Probable Head damage.
Drive with recovered data received. Data Copied and Duplicated x 2. Thank You Thank You Thank You, Nathan R.
Pierre-Yves S. Boca Raton
The disk had difficulties been recognized at first - but was recognized with multiple reboot. Once rebooted, the system eventually froze. And now the disk cannot be mounted anymore.
...great, fast... perfect experience... THANKS
Dan G. Marathon
Failed RAID-0 with two Western Digital Drives in World Book II NAS case has Linux operating System. Second HDD is in working condition. The first drive is failed together with a blown controller board inside the NAS box. The NAS BOX is WD World Book II (Blue Rings). From the research I have done the drive are in Linux raid linear format. WORD DOC + Photos are critical files, and all other files are less important, but useful too.
Dear Data-R-Us.com team, thank you for excellent data retrieving result.
Brendan McC. Coral Gables
The drive was hit by a virus or hacker attack. The OS stopped booting up. The student staff attempted to recover data and accidentally erased the FAT table. When I was called in, I could not find any data in the new FAT table. An fsck has been running for a week now and has returned thousands of errors. We have decided to pay for a professional service and are looking for one that can help us with this issue.
Thank you so much for all your efforts and recovering these data...
William S. Melbourne
IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE BOOT SECTOR WAS CORRUPTED BY AN UPDATE BEING PERFORMED TO ADOBE ACROBAT. THE COMPUTER, DELL INSPIRON 8600, WOULD NOT RESTART AFTER THE UPDATE WAS INSTALLED. THERE WAS NO PRIOR HISTORY OF HARD DISK PROBLEMS. THERE WAS NO NOISE.
Thank you for all your help, I'm deeply grateful for your services...