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I dropped my WD My Passport Ultra – WDBZFP0010BBK-03 and now I'm hearing a dreaded clicking when I connect it. The computer still recognises something has been plugged in, but doesn't read the drive and I can't locate it.
Anything I can do to retrieve my data?
So I dropped my gf's hard drive. We're both broke students but I still want to pay for the data recovery (it contains a lot of very important stuff, both personal and uni stuff). So I tried to search for data recovery services on Google: all of them seem to offer an initial price and then to raise the fuck out of it. So I found one that seemed to be more sincere. I sent it to them. Surprise: from the initial price of 250 euros it went to 1000 or more euros. Then they do the thing where they tell you the price excluding VAT. What is going on? Are they trying to trap clients or what? They made me lose money and time by shipping the hd to them. They don't even say why the price is now 4 times bigger.
So now I'm desperate. Does anybody know a data recovery service that will not try to rape me and my wallet? I'm in Italy but any service in Europe will do. I can spend like a couple of hundreds of euros.
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I have a Maxtor M3 Portable external hard drive, which has stopped working recently. It is being recognized when I plug it in, but the storage isn't being displayed and I can't see the files on it. When I try to open it it says that the directory isn't available. The files on the drive aren't essential, but it would be nice to recover them, do you think there's any way to do so? It spins up, so it isn't dead in that sense.
I have an external hdd, which had NTFS as it's file system.
when I connected it to my old computer the USB cable lost proper contact and the ntfs file system got corrupted. I reformatted it to NTFS with the same settings. and ran a deepscan with recuva which tells me all files are in perfect condition.
So I know that if I get another hdd, I should be able to restore the data to it. however since this drive was only used to store one specific project, and this project is around 200gb in size and all still in perfect condition on the same location, I wondered if it would be possible to just re-enable them/ add them back to the journal without rewriting them. since the only thing that actually misses are the bytes saying they are actual files. and this would save a lot of trouble and a harddrive.
Question in short: is it possible to re-enable files on a formated drive when they all are still in perfect state, without the need for completely rewriting all files. using recuva or another free recovery software. asuming the ntfs file system.
you can see it as a new hdd to which files have been moved after which it got fast formatted.
Recovering sensitive files from dead m2 ssd
Hello! I have an AddLink NVMe M2 SSD I bought about a year ago that died on me recently. This is probably karma as I’ve got tax documents and personal info on the drive and I’m the idiot who opted not to back them up.
I already have a StarTech external M2 enclosure so I can connect the dead drive to my computer via USB, but I’m struggling to find any sort of program that can attempt to recover files from the drive.
Does anybody know of a program capable of this or any other hardware I could buy that may get the job done?
I’d prefer to avoid shipping the drive to a data recovery professional. I would rather not put trust in strangers, although the irony of this post may imply I’ll have no other choice.
Any suggestions of programs, hardware, or reputable company would be greatly appreciated.
Made the same post on r/techsupport and it was recommended I post here too. I don’t believe PC specs are relevant other than my OS, which is Windows 10.