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 Post subject: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 4th, 2017, 6:15 
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Hi,
I am looking into different tools for data recovery and wonder what differs between them.

As I understand, the PC-3000 is the best one, but also the most expensive.
Will the MRT Express be enough to cover all the needs? Whats the benefit of PC-3000 instead of MRT Express?

Do you guys have any other suggestions of tools that cover most of the needs for data recovery?
What about Dolphin, SeDiv etc..?

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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 4th, 2017, 7:57 
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Well, if you want to be well served for the next years, go for ACE PC-3000. Better support, better upgrades...

It's the best tool out there. Although it could be expensive at first, you will see that it's a better investment at long term (maybe not so long :D )

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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 5th, 2017, 3:16 
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hi,
if your Purpose for buying these tools for Data Recovery only & you are new for Data Recovery start-up with MRT (350$+shipment) monthly 150$ instalment this will allow you to learn pay as you make money once you have sufficient business you want to move next level buy PC3000 .......

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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 5th, 2017, 14:08 
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Hi,
Thanks for your response!
I think I will go for the Online version of MRT Express. It looks like it will cover most of my needs.

Anyone knows the biggest advantage for PC-3000 over MRT?


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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 5th, 2017, 16:05 
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SeDiv is mainly for drive refurb / re-cert and repair and NOT for data recovery. SeDiv doesn't have data extractor module and doesn't have hardware so if you plug bad drives to it you can hang up the system and even if you can do firmware repairs with it you can't extract data.

On the other hand SeDiv is very powerfull and one of the best tools for drive refurb / re-certify (with data loss). Example to run ARCO and Self-Scan on WD drives, depop heads, etc ... to sum it up a very good tool if you don't care for the data and you want to re-use damaged drives by disabling damaged heads, running factory tests, re-calibrate heads, etc ....

Biggest advantages of PC-3000 over MRT ? PC-3000 is way ahead and can do way more than MRT. It have support for many more drives. Any modern drive will be supported by PC-3000 and only way later on the game will it be supported by MRT. Also PC-3000 can decrypt on the fly encrypted drives and support considerable amount of encryption types. PC-3000 doesn't have a huge amount of "bugs" as MRT have and if you contact support they tend to solve the problems with the tool in a reasonable time/manner unlike MRT people that can take YEARS to solve simple bugs/problems or add support for some drives, etc ...

For example if you need to unlock terminal access on modern Seagate drives or decrypt on the fly newer WD drives you will be way better served with PC-3000 rather then with MRT ....

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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: December 6th, 2017, 4:59 
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Spildit wrote:
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Biggest advantages of PC-3000 over MRT ? PC-3000 is way ahead and can do way more than MRT. It have support for many more drives. Any modern drive will be supported by PC-3000 and only way later on the game will it be supported by MRT. Also PC-3000 can decrypt on the fly encrypted drives and support considerable amount of encryption types. PC-3000 doesn't have a huge amount of "bugs" as MRT have and if you contact support they tend to solve the problems with the tool in a reasonable time/manner unlike MRT people that can take YEARS to solve simple bugs/problems or add support for some drives, etc ...

For example if you need to unlock terminal access on modern Seagate drives or decrypt on the fly newer WD drives you will be way better served with PC-3000 rather then with MRT ....


Completely true.
If you can order PC3000, go with it. Don't look back!

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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: Yesterday, 16:24 
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Hi again,
Thanks for your input!
I ended up with MRT. It was only a pricing issue. It was hard not to take the baite with their online-version down payment.

Now lets see if I will be satisfied :)


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 Post subject: Re: Tool comparison
PostPosted: Yesterday, 19:37 
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It is funny how people ask for advice on this forum and then choose not to listen to it.

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