Jeff Bailey on 11 Dec 2009 22:14:45 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Looking For A Data Recovery House Recommendation

I've never tried them, but claim $199 recovery, or free if they can't recover (maybe cost of return shipping).

They don't do clean room type stuff though, but if you need it and want it, they'll refer you to a service (which, I realize, might be the entire reason for their existence).

I was going to try them - just never got around to it.

Dec 11, 2009 05:47:46 PM, wrote:
Anyone have a recommendation to a reasonably priced hard drive data recovery house? Anyone ever try Disk Doctors, who have local offices in both Princeton and Malvern?

WD SATA 160gb Drive Not Found Error
Commercial grade disk duplicator won't see the drive either.
Tried swapping drive electronics, no go.
Still spins, and the drive about 6 months old.
Just looking for data, specifically Quickbooks files.

WD's recommended data recovery people want $700 - $2700
Ontrack wants $700 - $1995, $69.00 eval.
Disk Doctors wants $500 - $1800; free eval, local offices.

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