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Ann and her training books and guides

February 6th, 2012, 10:12

Hello Ann, it's amazing to find you have finished so many data recovery guides for SD and they should pay you for all this. So we can buy directly from this link: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/store/ with all your books. Can you tell us more about your new book: the in-depth logical and physical data recovery guide? Thank you so much for all your great efforts.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 6th, 2012, 10:52

nice advert

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 6th, 2012, 12:20

it's good to see this . actually Ann's manuals is the best

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 6th, 2012, 21:43

If the endorsements of your colleagues are any guide, then I would be prepared to buy themself, if I were contemplating a belated career in data recovery.

In fact I take some pride in suggesting the idea:
seagate-st380215as-t17055-20.html?hilit=South%20Pacific%20island#p114822

Perhaps you could give me a complimentary set. :-)

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 12th, 2012, 23:05

it's great to see Ann has finished the books for all sd tools but it seems the data recovery guide for flash doctor is missing, that's the most difficult part to use. Besides, I am happy to see so many people have read Ann's books like me. So Ann, will you work on flash doctor as well?

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 13th, 2012, 0:35

Thank you Ann for the index of your advanced in-house training book, it looks impressive and going to order it soon. Same question as above, the flash doctor recovery guide, hope it can be included in your plans.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 13th, 2012, 12:45

I will consider the Flash Doctor guide and also the Data Compress guide. As for now all the tools except the flash doctor are in the new Logical and Physical guide I have just finished. It is a guide of 924 pages and includes all the tools and how to use them, how to determine if it is a logical or physical problem with the HDD. You might like to check this one out if you are interested in all the tools in one place and see if this one fits your needs instead of taking individual guides.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 13th, 2012, 23:26

Thank you Ann for your answer and looking forward to your flash doctor guide. By the way, as I understand from the store description, your new logical and physical recovery guide is the same one as The Advanced In-house Data Recovery Training Guide?

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 14th, 2012, 21:44

NYtech1970 wrote:Thank you Ann for your answer and looking forward to your flash doctor guide. By the way, as I understand from the store description, your new logical and physical recovery guide is the same one as The Advanced In-house Data Recovery Training Guide?


The Logical and Physical guide the store is selling is the same. But when I was asked to train I named it a different name for training purposes. Now I am not sure about the training and people asked for this guide so I changed the name on it to reflect what it was about. To tell you the truth I am not sure why they named it this. The cover states Logical and Physical guide on it. Hope this answered your question.

I am not sure I will write the Flash Recovery guide or not. I said I would think about it and consider to do it to complete the set of guides. I still wait for the flash tool updates to see if there is some improvements to make it worth while to write this guide or not.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 29th, 2012, 22:30

Hello Ann, I am reading your logical and physical recovery book on the clean room setup and maintenance section, it's extremely useful for us because we are right now setting up one. I am very happy with my purchase of this book and I am recommending it to others. Thank you again, Ann.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

February 11th, 2013, 6:34

How to buy manuals?

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

March 4th, 2013, 12:25

@k-paxian, all of Ann's manuals are listed here: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/store/ you can buy them directly if you have paypal account.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

March 4th, 2013, 12:52

NYtech1970 wrote:@k-paxian, all of Ann's manuals are listed here: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/store/ you can buy them directly if you have paypal account.


Agree please check out this link. Thanks there is all the information you need here on how to get what you are looking for.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

October 28th, 2015, 10:23

Hello All.
Page http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/store/ doesn't work any more.
Poehere, what is the way to purchase books now?

BTW. [url]Page http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/stor ... ks-guides/[/url] is on line, but Chris email is not working too (deleted account).

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

November 2nd, 2015, 7:45

It seems that the site now is either belongs to DFL or cooperates with them.
If so, then indeed, they may stop selling SD manuals.

At the first glance there are two possible contacts:
info (at) datarecoverytools.co.uk
plus.google.com/101415613144831559741/about

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

November 21st, 2016, 2:40

So, is there any place we can buy the books from ...? The link is now gone.

Re: Ann and her training books and guides

November 21st, 2016, 9:59

I think that they don't longer apply, because they were mainly for SD tools.
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