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Author:  poehere [ April 27th, 2010, 22:25 ]
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A new WD Guide is available. The WD guide is based on the tool from the manufacture as the Maxtor manual I wrote before. This is not a manual written for the manufacture of this tool it is a guide to help you understand and repair WD HDD. If interested in the new guide it contains 200 pages of information and is supplied with two videos to help you understand and work in repairing and refurbishing HDD.

Please contact by PM if you are interested in receiving a copy of the new guide. I will supply full details on how this can happen.

Author:  unknown [ April 28th, 2010, 2:38 ]
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Congratulations for your new WD guide.

Good job :good:

Keep up the good work

Author:  thatdellguy [ April 30th, 2010, 1:38 ]
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I've read the entire guide and have to say, great job! If you have the WD Doctor then this guide would be a great addition. It's nice to see a guide for the WD Doctor that is written in plain English. :rtfm:

Author:  poehere [ April 30th, 2010, 4:46 ]
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Thank you so much -Glad the second book is as good as the first. Thank you also for all your pm. To be more exact on this, this time its not for free - as it was a lot of work+

Author:  falther [ May 1st, 2010, 8:09 ]
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(Unfortunately or by good luck) in my type of biz (private) customers usually avoid
paying for drive restauration, they buy new drives and pay for the installation.....

But with such a perfect documentation - and the videos with step by step explanation
- I could / should even start to work with this tool (again).

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Author:  Amarbir[CDR-Labs] [ May 13th, 2010, 0:32 ]
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poehere wrote:
Thank you so much -Glad the second book is as good as the first. Thank you also for all your pm. To be more exact on this, this time its not for free - as it was a lot of work+


:mrgreen:
Paid this Time PM Me :D

Author:  wowdata [ May 28th, 2010, 0:40 ]
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How can you document could be? :o

Author:  S.K.Gulati [ June 2nd, 2010, 9:28 ]
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I have read a lot on the forum about your work. This has made me to think what is there which Salvationdata has not given me. This will be nice if u provide me the download link for the manual.

Regards
S.K.Gulati
info@allrecover.com

Author:  DatAMBU [ July 6th, 2010, 4:59 ]
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Hi poehere!

i'm interesting for youre new WD Guide.

Please send me full information abautWD guide.

THX

Author:  alienan [ July 6th, 2010, 23:13 ]
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Hello Mr poehere!

i'm interesting for youre new WD Guide.

Please send me full information abautWD guide.

THX

Alienan :mrgreen:

Author:  learner [ July 7th, 2010, 3:31 ]
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I appreciate efforts and time spent by author in collecting material for book. I sincerely wish if author could release a lite version free for new bees & DIY peoples who cannot afford big $ .
more than 70% new peoples or existing peoples will benefit from it.

Author:  BlackST [ July 8th, 2010, 4:47 ]
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learner wrote:
I appreciate efforts and time spent by author in collecting material for book. I sincerely wish if author could release a lite version free for new bees & DIY peoples who cannot afford big $ .
more than 70% new peoples or existing peoples will benefit from it.


This is exactly why there's no "PC3000 LITE" or "PC3000 FREE" or no "SD DOCTOR LITE" or "SD DOCTOR FREE" .

8)

Author:  drc [ July 8th, 2010, 12:03 ]
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learner wrote:
new bees & DIY peoples who cannot afford big $

These people won't have the tool that the guide is referring to, therefore the guide would not be useful to them

Author:  Spildit [ July 8th, 2010, 12:56 ]
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It's better to start by reading all of this forum (HDD Guru), get all the legal free tools that you can, learn how to do scripting and special ATA commands and have a good idea about how drives trully work.
If you rely on 3rd party tools you will only go where those people have manage to reach, meaning you will never be able to fix problems/drives unknown to them.
If you study allot and understand the basic stuff, and practice with the free tools that allow some level of control over firmware, and start to disassemble stuff and study the modules of firmaware itself you will end up with better knownledge that you will ever get from a book written for a certain tool.
It it take lots of time and efford, but it's possible to learn without expensive tools and at least manage to end up with a good decent level of knowledge about HDD.
And above all, just have fun learning it.

Author:  poehere [ July 8th, 2010, 14:24 ]
Post subject:  Re: WD Guide

BlackST wrote:
learner wrote:
I appreciate efforts and time spent by author in collecting material for book. I sincerely wish if author could release a lite version free for new bees & DIY peoples who cannot afford big $ .
more than 70% new peoples or existing peoples will benefit from it.


This is exactly why there's no "PC3000 LITE" or "PC3000 FREE" or no "SD DOCTOR LITE" or "SD DOCTOR FREE" .

8)

This will never happen. I have seen what a small bit of information that is here on internet can do to a clients drive. I have watched the videos on U-tube and read posts of DIY failures. I am not going to give my work to these people for free. Sorry in this business it cost to open a DR shop and I am not talking about 100 or 200 dollars. I am talking about more like 500 thousand dollars plus to have all the tools and equipment that you need.

So learner if you want something for free then you have the internet and can find what you want on it. BTW I would not relay on what is said on here at all. Other wise you have to invest in order to get what you want. You can post here and relay on feedback from others and hope they give you the right info that is needed. But to spend and invest a lot of time on a tool and write a book then to give it away for free to a DIY is not possible at all.

There is no light for free version of this manual and none will be supplied.

Author:  Tawfeek [ July 20th, 2010, 9:59 ]
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i read it this days ,, it's great and your efforts ANN deserve more than the price . it's great experience and great step

Author:  SALIM [ October 6th, 2010, 18:29 ]
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poehere wrote:
A new WD Guide is available. The WD guide is based on the tool from the manufacture as the Maxtor manual I wrote before. This is not a manual written for the manufacture of this tool it is a guide to help you understand and repair WD HDD. If interested in the new guide it contains 200 pages of information and is supplied with two videos to help you understand and work in repairing and refurbishing HDD.

Please contact by PM if you are interested in receiving a copy of the new guide. I will supply full details on how this can happen.

Author:  SALIM [ October 6th, 2010, 18:31 ]
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hello
sir
i m interested in that manual / video, how i can get it,
thanks

Author:  js_kulkarni [ October 23rd, 2010, 10:56 ]
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How can I get this guide ? Please send me the cost and details to get it.


Jitendra

Author:  falther [ October 24th, 2010, 9:28 ]
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Just read the first post of this topic.

Contact "poehere" with pm and you will receive all details.


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