HDD recovery


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Hi

The HDD in my notebook died. It cannot be detected on bios. I transferred it to an external USB casing and it cannot be detected either.

Does anyone know where/how much it cost/ possibility of recovering the files (photosssss) in such a HDD? :cry:
 

Drudkh

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if the failure is hardware failure, you may be looking at the least of $1K to do the recovery.
 

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digitalbuff said:
Hi

The HDD in my notebook died. It cannot be detected on bios. I transferred it to an external USB casing and it cannot be detected either.

Does anyone know where/how much it cost/ possibility of recovering the files (photosssss) in such a HDD? :cry:
Go to the following web site for information on Hard Disk Recovery: http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/05/30/saving_your_data_after_a_head_crash/

Go to the following web site for the Singapore company that has this service: http://www.cbltech.com.sg/

Good Luck.
 

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omg....$1k.... no choice photos from 2001 until now all inside.... why me? Lucky not the aids virus.
 

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Yeah its not cheap. Cost my $800 recently to save the data in my drive, and even then, I didnt get back all of it. Still...it was my essays I have to recover for no $ can replace them...sighz...
 

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Always a good practice to backup ur data. I backup everyday & this practice has served me well across several notebooks & crashes. I practically re-create another environment with all my important stuff within a day.

Although, I would lose all my manga & anime :(. Can't back those up... too big liow.
 

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