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WD1600JB-00FUA0 data recovery Western Digital

October 5, 2010

Do you need data recovered from your WD1600JB-00FUA0? We can help. Contact us for a free estimate. We are located in Green Bay, WI. We provide data recovery to people in Wisconsin, Illinois, Arizona, and many other states too.

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Western Digital My Book

September 26, 2010

If your Western Digital My Book stopped working, TechRx, Inc. can help get your data recovered. Western Digital My Books with capacities of 120GB,160GB,250GB,300GB, 500GB are our specialty. We service Western Digital Mybook in Green Bay, WI. Offering free pickup and delivery too. Free estimates, and quotes.

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Why the clean room is a data recovery requirement

August 26, 2010

Why is a clean room important with respect to data recovery? A clean room can mean the difference between a successful data recovery and a horrific data recovery disaster. Clean rooms filter out many particles, including dust. Imagine how sand paper feels, got it? Would you want someone to use  that rough on your data? […]

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Professional Data Recovery Green Bay Opinions TechRx

June 23, 2010

Several clients asked me to write an article regarding computer repair companies and data recovery. Their questions relate to the types of techniques used by the typical computer place vs. what you would get with a professional shop that specializes in data recovery.  I hope some of the ideas here will help you make an […]

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Professional data recovery as the first choice in Green Bay

April 11, 2010

Would you permit a friend to fix a cavity in your tooth? Perhaps, he has a good cordless drill and a steady hand. Can you imagine the possible outcome? The last time you had a broken bone; did you wrap it in concrete and a towel? That would be a bad idea with devastating results. […]

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Western Digital 2500JB-00REA0 Recovery

March 29, 2010

My client came to me needing to recover data from their WD2500JB-00REA0 drive. Upon examination of this drive, I found the “smooth” chip blown. In fact, it had melted to the old pcb. I used a WD2500JB-57REA0 replacement PCB along with specialized equipment to recover certain firmware modules and the G-list. The data was 100% […]

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