My Tryst With Hard Drive Recovery

DTI Data ServicesYou may have noticed that the site has been postless (if there is such a word) for the past few days. And you may well ask why and where I had been. Well I was right here, only veering between anxiety and despair, and relief and elation. Anxiety and despair happened when my hard drive crashed. Everyone please take note, this can happen to any and I mean any of us! Relief and elation came when I realized that all was not lost and that help is at hand!

Help for hard drive recovery is at hand from dtidata.com. It is an incredible relief to realize that your data, work, photos, music, videos and all the things that you so painstakingly collected and collated is all safe and that your hard drive repair is possible. (It felt like I had felt when I lost my iPod at the mall and went back 4 hours later to find it safe and sound!)

The great thing about this is that unless there is 100% recovery of your data, there is no charge! Obviously the exception to that rule is if you have gone on and done some tinkering yourself; I obviously did not, technophobe that I am.

Class 100 Clean Room:

The software that they sell is developed in house. Again technologically challenged that I am, I did not know what a clean room is (dtidata.com has one and apparently that is a pretty big deal since very few companies actually have them). Just FYI this is what Wiki says a Clean Room is, “A clean room is an environment, typically used in manufacturing or scientific research, that has a low level of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles and chemical vapors. More accurately, a clean room has a controlled level of contamination that is specified by the number of particles per cubic meter at a specified particle size.”

One more interesting feature is their blog, which is littered with terms such as Slave a Laptop Hard drive to USB, RAID configuration and Parity Check, and MFT Data Recovery, all of which are rather Greek and Latin to me, but I have resolved that through regular reading of their Data Recovery Resources, I shall transform my tech challenged self into a veritable techno-geek! A worthy ambition methinks.

I would really recommend the services of this company, their services were quick and fairly simple and painless. You can request a quote by filling out a simple online form. They also have a formidable list of clients including Ford Motor Company, NASA, the US Military, Cisco, etc. so I am in good company there!

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4 Responses to “My Tryst With Hard Drive Recovery”

  1. Yeah iv been meaning to get one of those fancy usb flash drives to save all my work but im lazy
    can you send me one
    They say the Best things in life are free>

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  2. I had a Maxtor hard drive that completely crashed a while back. I lost everything: pictures, music, videos. It was awful. Luckily I had it “backed up” on my actual computer, but it was stupid because the Maxtor was supposed to be the back up.

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    Nicole Price reply on August 15th, 2008 10:32 pm:

    That’s awful. Did you try recovering the data? I know you had the original data, but maybe this could be a good experiment to see if the data recovery process actually works in such a situation.

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  3. Thanks for the web site and the tips. But dang….there is no way I would understand what they are talking about on that blog. I tried looking over it but they need need a “Step One for Stupid People” as a starting point for people like me!

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