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The Recovery Force team would like to wish you a very merry Christmas and a prosperous new year. Friday Dec 23, 2016 – Open 8am to 5pm Monday Dec 26, 2016 – Closed Tuesday Dec 27, 2016 – Closed Wednesday Dec 28, 2016 – Open 9am to 4pm Thursday Dec 29,…

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One of the many challenges in data recovery is trying to get a donor drive with a compatible set of heads.  Seagate drives can be the toughest to match, causing a lot of technicians to scratch their heads.  Here is a list of what data recovery technicians…

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Over the past few months, we have been seeing more QNAP servers coming in for data recovery.  The issues we have recovered range from multiple drive failure to accidental deletion of the RAID arrays. A few common mistakes made that complicate the recovery…

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Although we like to think our success rate is very high, cases like these make sure that no data recovery lab can boast a perfect success rate.  These are all Seagate 7200.12 hard drives over the past couple weeks. If you have a clicking hard drive, turn…

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It’s a warm summer’s Monday morning. You arrive at the office to hear the news that the main server is not accessible. After some investigation, you discover that there was a power outage over the weekend and the server is now showing an error message,…

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We just recently completed a data recovery project from a Western Digital WD20EARX-22PASB0 hard drive that was reported to us as having a knocking noise.  During our assessment, we did not encounter any unusual noises and found that the drive powered on…

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A very common symptom of a failing hard drive is for Windows to pop up with a message saying, “You need to format the disk in drive E: before you can use it.”  From the perspective of Windows, this message is brought up for a couple of reasons: The Boot…
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