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salim

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I AM SALIM FROM PAKISTAN, WANT TO BE IN HARD DISK REPAIRING AND DATA RECOVERY,

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I AM SALIM FROM PAKISTAN, WANT TO BE IN HARD DISK REPAIRING AND DATA RECOVERY,

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Mr. Salim, I'm from Bangladesh. What kinds of repair do you want? Your HDD already out of service or you lost your data?

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Hi Salim


@Kali: I think he wants to do buissness in this sector:

Tools for Data-Recovery:
A very nice, freeware tool is TestDisk!
A very nice, expensive tool is WinHEX....

WinHEX as dits name implies is just for Windows-OS.... works well under XP and later for me

But just useable if you can access at least the HDD in the BIOS and available under diskpart/diskmgmt.msc

To repair a harddisk physically, you need a dust-free space! For example, if the head´ve had a crash, you can put in the head-unit from another (but same mode) into the HDD. After that, it is possible that you can read data again, but hurry up with doing a image, as it probbably/most likely NOT on a continuing basis.

But this is like a ambulatory surgery @ the heart or brain of a living being :rolleyes:

It is possible that if the head-unit will be destroyed again through the graves (which came up with the crash) or loose particles again very soon, so make a image immediately after such a "surgery"

Much more easier/promising to exchange the logical board... should be same model & firmware (and if you have the choice, as near to the manufacturing date to the broken HDD)

Cheers

Edited by Schiiwa, 20 October 2011 - 07:00 AM.





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