[Novalug] SOT: Trusted Data Recovery Service
jhart at kevla.org
Sat Aug 16 18:58:45 EDT 2008
Do you mean this is a solid state drive, no moving parts?
If not, why don't you buy a second identical drive and see about swapping
Its worked for me in the past.
> I recently purchased a 750GB Seagate drive that is supposed to be a solid
> device. It failed after 3 days. Unfortunately, I was not planning on this
> and was moving data around so that I could prepare my backup schedule. It
> failed during the data moving. This means that the data is on the drive.
> It is not grinding or clicking. It simply stopped spinning. As such, I
> believe it's an electronic failure not mechanical; meaning the data should
> be in perfect shape on the drive, just need to get the drive spinning. It
> is still covered under warranty, but data recovery is not.
> Does anyone have a consumer (pay for) service that they depend or rely on
> for hardware failure data recovery?
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