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PCB Solution - A good company for reparing/cloning PCB Board

January 9th, 2017, 11:10

Hi guys,
I want to share my experience with PCB Solution company.

I had a problem with an HD, seems everything lost but I contact PCB Solution: they are really professional and kind replying all my doubts.

They can send u a PCB board and change parts u need or u can send them your PCB board and they give u back another one with BIOS IC cloned.

In few days they send me back my old PCB board and the new one cloned ...they saved 10 years data on it for 50$ only...

I'm happy to share my experience because they work good and I saved data without spend 2.000€ to have data with a center in my country (too much for my budget...).

I'm not a PCB Solution employee, just so satisfied about them that I hope will be an easy and affordable for all of you.

Link is:

http://www.onepcbsolution.com/

Write them without esitation for information only too:

info@pcbsolution.com

Re: PCB Solution - A good company for reparing/cloning PCB B

January 10th, 2017, 18:39

Seanny wrote:
(...)I'm happy to share my experience because they work good and I saved data without spend 2.000€ to have data with a center in my country (too much for my budget...).



Good luck with that if the problem with your drive is firmware related or head/pre-amp related ...

Re: PCB Solution - A good company for reparing/cloning PCB B

April 10th, 2017, 13:54

Se per caso la tua pcb apparteneva ad un Western Digital o ad un Hitachi, c'è la possibilità che si sia bruciato il pre-amp delle testine, in tal caso il tuo hdd potrebbe non funzionare con la pcb donatrice (anche se ti hanno copiato la rom), l'hdd emetterebbe dei ticchettii ripetitivi oppure non si accenderebbe affatto.
Prova a montare la pcb che ti hanno inviato, se vedi che non funziona saprai il perchè.
Se invece la pcb apparteneva ad un Seagate o un Samsung o un Toshiba, allora è molto probabile che funzionerà di nuovo.

Ovviamente si presume che il guasto fosse sulla pcb!
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