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Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

December 3rd, 2017, 0:46

hello sir,
i am newbie, i am trying hard to get knowledge on data recovery by MRT ULTRA tool please guide me. i will be very greatfull to you. thanks

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

December 4th, 2017, 15:08

Hayrell77 wrote:Hi everyone!

Want to start to recover data. Do you have any advices what i need to start from? May be read some must-read books, magazines or websites? Thank you!


Try to check the links already posted here ?!

Spildit wrote:
charithaj wrote:Hi,
These information's are very helpful. As a beginner I must start my own research regarding this special subject. Highly appreciate and wish u all the best dear friend.
Thanks
Charithaj


HI !

Nice to know that the info is of use.

You might also want to check this topic :

New to Data Recovery ? Where to Start ?

Regards.

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

February 6th, 2018, 19:01

Thanks for the info!

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

March 20th, 2018, 0:51

Really worth reading info and advice for beginners..

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

July 13th, 2018, 9:12

Welcome!

Great Read and its all valuable information but I want more. T13 page is directed mostly to organisations and me as private want-to-be hdd expert crave more knowledge. Plenty time it was mentioned to practice practice and practice but is there anyone volunteering to outline absolute-must for theory before my "practice" wont be resembling a monkey playing with a loaded gun? I would greatly appreciate a push in good direction since it is vast sea of information needed before I can feel a bit confident in analysing hdd faults..

Regards
B0realis

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

July 13th, 2018, 16:18

B0realis wrote:Welcome!

Great Read and its all valuable information but I want more. T13 page is directed mostly to organisations and me as private want-to-be hdd expert crave more knowledge. Plenty time it was mentioned to practice practice and practice but is there anyone volunteering to outline absolute-must for theory before my "practice" wont be resembling a monkey playing with a loaded gun? I would greatly appreciate a push in good direction since it is vast sea of information needed before I can feel a bit confident in analysing hdd faults..

Regards
B0realis


First read ALL the links here :

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

By ALL i mean ALL.

Then check in particular the research section.

Then wait some more weeks and i will post a BIG thread with several damaged drives that i'm fixing and recovering data from as examples of what you will find on the field ... But i'm still writing that article and it will take some more weeks to finish.

For now read the ones that are already published.

Take attentions to this ones :

Translator, Defect Lists and Bad Sectors :

Understanding translator "shifts" :

Testing hard disks with some confidence :

Executing a "Cosmetic Fix" on drives with Bad Sectors :

Assigning slow sectors to the P-List :

Recovering data from a formatted drive acquired on EBay :

This will get you started.

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

September 19th, 2018, 10:34

fabulous your work and many thanks

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

September 21st, 2018, 6:24

Just read, and love the idea of making knowledge available instead of hording it.
Looking forward to other mails from you!
Good work!

Re: newbie info, from and for newbies :) About firmware, SA,

October 22nd, 2018, 2:10

Good article.
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