Data Recovery Services

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Thu Jan 21 00:30:54 CST 2016

On 01/20/2016 11:26 AM, Pete Rittwage wrote:

> The services can be expensive (in the thousands, typically) so the data has
> to be pretty valuable to you in order to proceed.

I'll second Drivesavers--they've recovered very damaged drives, 
including a few buried in mud after a hurricaine.  They'll rebuild a 
drive if they have to.

They're also one of the few companies who have working relationships 
with SSD makers and claim that they can un-brick many dead SSDs.

Nice people, too.  But yes, expensive, very.


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