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Re: Trying to rescue a hard disk -- weired feedback??



max wrote:
Brian Chadwick wrote:
max wrote:
Dotan Cohen wrote:
On 16/01/2008, Ric Moore <wayward4now gmail com> wrote:
Ah, if you have a drive that goes "knock knock knock knock" when powered up, what the heck is that? I'd like one last chance to get the stuff off
of it, Ric

The data recovery labs would argue that it exactly the sound of
opportunity knocking.

Dotan Cohen

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What's the going rate for data recovery?

-Max

about $1000, but it varies

$1000 per drive? how much data? varies depending on what?

-Max

my experience is its usually around 1000, but could anything from 400 upwards ... it depends on what exactly is the drives failure mode .,... basically be prepared for $1000 .. regardless of data quantity.


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