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 Post subject: Learn more about data recovery on physically damaged drives
PostPosted: January 6th, 2019, 22:45 
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Hi folks,

hope this is the right place to ask this. I'm very curious to learn more about how to diagnose and fix physical drive errors. The matter is that most providers make a huge secret out of it. It's hard to find courses at all and even if you do find it is very hard to judge which course is worth it, as it is to judge which recovery provider actually know what he is doing.
Several recovery providers do not even respond to a simple email on how to gain knowledge or how to start working in that field.

Can you recommend courses and/or companies that are willing to hire beginners eager to learn in this field?
I'm curious about the market in general, but for my personal perspective I am mainly interested in options in central europe.

As a kind of "journeyman's piece" I have an old 80gig IDE drive which makes abrading noises and a same-type functional drive. "nice to have back" type of data. I am not willing to spend like 1.500 bugs on the recovery, but I would consider learning and getting equipment worth some 1.000s of bugs.

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 Post subject: Re: Learn more about data recovery on physically damaged dri
PostPosted: January 7th, 2019, 14:48 
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First the "best" that you will find apart from PC-3000 manuals is this :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=176

Read ALL the links on that thread and try to understand them. This will get you started.

I'm writting a very long article to post with several cases but will only be ready in June/July as i'm compiling more info for that big article. For now you can read what is already there.

Regarding your damaged drive what is the full model of it ? Also if it's making noise most likely it will require clean room work ...

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