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A look behind the scenes on HDD recovery.

Notice that the HDD in the freezer and Spinrite gets slammed?

Also, a big reveal on how much it costs for the recovery gear.
Enjoy!

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A look behind the scenes at DriveSavers.

This company has been around for so long, how can you not know them?
I often note this company since consultation is still free. Use this link to skip to that part:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNUsoangGFs&feature=youtu.be&t=146

If you watch the entire video when you see how much recovery costs, you are reminded over and over than a 99 buck backup drive is always cheaper. CNET Moderators have this to say about that:
"You only lose what you don't backup."

Here's the entire video.

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Data recovery

They do hell of a work...

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Improve your chances at Data Recovery. Video and more.

Post was last edited on September 2, 2018 9:18 AM PDT

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IT may cost us SDD recovery

$100 – $300 plus the cost of time
The cost to perform data recovery yourself includes the price of software and possible additional hard drives, but you should also consider the value of the time it will take you to do research and perform the work yourself.

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