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What was the most difficult recovery you've done? What was the most profitable recovery? Is this a difficult business to start? Well its hard to say which was difficult one because this business in itself is pretty tough to master.
But if you ask me, from the top of my head, there was a business running for around 15+ years near by and they called in one day for data recovery from a computer and a external HDD. So i told him my whole procedure and that you will have to deliver the same in my lab for recovery.
Now when i opened up the case (the pc failed to boot) and i saw that the PSU was completely blown and took with it the HDD IDE head and the CD/DVD Drive was also blown.
Now as per our procedure, i asked if he had a backup of the same. And guess what?,,he had not taken any backup from his 15+ years of running business and other thing was that this PC was his accounting PC with all his Tally data in it.
The external HDD was also suffered a severe blow (i think this was coz the guy was very short tempered) and the head had managed to dislodge.
So it took 3 weeks...F'ing 3 weeks to successfully recover the external HDD but unfortunately, could not recover from the internal PC one.
It cost him a great amount of money and i explained to him henceforth to always backup your weekly data in an external HDD and keep it in a safe place. I recommended him a software (Karens Replicator) so that only the files which are edited, modified will get copied onto the external.
Man tough week that was.
Now regarding your other question, as i mentioned earlier that yes, you have to master the art of recovering from completely dead HDD's etc. as it is a very stingy job of replacing the heads, platters PCB etc and more tough to actually get it working after you have done a tiring job of replacing it.
Actually I didn't expect you would be reassembling a hard-drive, I thought experts like you just have some sort of slot-loading drive where you insert the disks out of the hard-drive's enclosure. So we just repaired the f'ing thing and threw the cost at his face.
How much did it cost the guy to successfully recover from the external HD and giving up on the internal one? Well firstly we dont recommend single users/home users for hardware recovery but this guy kept coming to our lab and saying things.
So you just try to boot a computer as soon as you get it? Isn't that a huge no no? No i dont..we first see/check if the hardware inside is alright and then proceed to boot the pc.
For data like that, I would have recommended two backups. Right now, I'm dealing with the second time in two years where I've had a data catastrophe. Both times I've had to use R-Studio to recover data. The first time, a RAID-0 array failed, and then the backup array failed while data was being copied off of it when I replaced the failed disk in the first array. The second time, Windows destroyed every deduplicated file on the system because the cache battery failed and a power failure occurred at the same time on a MegaRAID card while the deduplication job was running. When I looked at the backup set, bad sectors had somehow appeared over the course of the year since the data had been backed up. I had to stitch together two files by taking half of the file from each array. I continually find it amazing how insanely difficult it is to retain data. I don't understand how most people still have pictures they took a few years ago. If I can't retain data on systems with RAID 60 and a complete offsite backup, how do normal people keep anything on the junk drives these companies put out nowadays for 15 years without backing it up? Thats the same question i am also wondering..
Didn't realise you were from India. I think converting this to roughly 400 USD doesn't really tell the story of how expensive this must have been for him. Ya but from the customers point of view it seemed much.
To put this into perspective, what kind of car (new or used) would you be able to buy with 25,000 INR right now? Exactly, you will be able to buy a second hand scooty and so customers like home users and single users dont usually prefer giving so much money on a media device which does not guarantee that it will work again even if it repaired. So usually they just yell at us on phone that they will not pay us the amount and they want the hdd back etc. etc..
I can't imagine people from India with a temper like this. Lol...i am a pretty cool person tho..but some customers are a little short tempered when i comes to repairing anything related to technology. Be it a computelaptop/printers/routers etc
Are you familiar with "the great zero challenge" someone offered in the late 00s? Link to web.archive.org Basically, he challenged any data recovery place to recover files from a drive that had been overwritten with dd and /dev/zero. He says he contacted a few and, after describing what he had done, they said "don't bother". It was covered on Slashdot and other tech sites at the time. According to him the challenge was never accepted. Link to web.archive.org. So anyway, 1) have you ever heard of this particular challenge, 2) if so, what do you think (some were doubting its legitimacy), and 3) is dd and /dev/zero enough to totally and irrecoverably blank a drive? Yes, it will make the drive completely unrecoverable. Also if you do a Dban 7 pass on a HDD it will be unrecoverable.
Does the file system change how difficult it is to recover data? Windows 7 uses NTFS, for example, but Linux usually uses Ext3. The difficulty type ranges depending upon how badly the media type is damaged either physically or otherwise.
Usually, if its a file system problem we just boot the media off of linux and then fix the issue and then try booting off the HDD. if it boots successfully, we just charge our nominal fees not recovery fees as the hdd is intact.
Do you have any advice for someone looking to potentially make a start in the field? How would one go about preparing themselves for it? I took around 1 whole year to completely master the business. This is a very stingy job. As you will know, if you search google for data recovery software there are many free ones available. But thats not just it. You have to understand the whole procedure behind it and how the data is damaged so that you can conclude how to recover it.
In my career, i came across a few nasty customers who called and said that we were robbing them as free software are available for doing the same thing we do. But they dont understand that if they use them and if somehow they mess around with the software the chances of data recovery are even harder.
Also, there are limited courses available for data recovery and are very expensive.
So in my opinion, if you want to start this business first get hired as a employee in these data recovery companies and after you gain experience you can go ahead with it.
If there is a 256 bit encryption from TruCrypt, would you be able to crack it? What about 152 bit? Well if the data is not so important to the user we actually dont do it and refuse them straightaway. Same is for hardware recovery if its a single/home user
Are there any consumer-level programs/utilities you can recommend for recovering data? We use professional tools for data recovery. And every type of recovery needs that particular software. So no one particular is used unless we first analize the media for problems.
Can you give us the name of the tools you use? Well due to our Privacy Policy, we dont disclose the tools but mostly we use basic ones if the media is not much damaged.
I'll show you mine if you show me yours ;) Drop your details on the website and we will get in touch.
1) Why does it cost thousands of dollars to manually recover data from a HDD? 2) Do you prefer SSHD or SSD? 3) How did you get into the biz? 4) Do you work with fixing computers or soley work with data recovery? 5) Hows the money? Coz its a stingy job never guaranteed to wok.
We recover data from any media (as stated in the website)
Did tech support, got hired as a hdd repaidata recovery junior in one of the data recovery business and from there i left and started my own.
Yes, but its a freelancer stuff as i left the tech support job. but sometimes i still get some jobs sourced to me from them.
Keeps me going. :D.
I have a Dell Win 8 laptop that is about 14 months old and I'm getting the "disk repair loop of death." I was dumb and didn't make a recovery disk, so even if I replace the internal hd, I won't have an OS to install. Is there any hope of recovering the hd? Yes, remove the internal hdd and mount it as an external hdd using a converter. Then use Getdataback for recovering data.
Or you can drop your address / contact details (in the website) and we can surely help you.
I have a USB stick that just this morning stopped working - windows tells me that it can't install the driver to make it work. I would like to recover the data, though it isn't anything I can't re-do with some work. Any suggestions? I've tried on multiple computers with the same result. Did the USB stick undergo any damage?. Did you try mounting it in linux?. You can use File Scavenger for recovery tho i cannot guarantee anything unless i analyse it by myself.
I have three Western Digital external drives that seemed to fail for no apparent reason. They were only occasionally used, and I just put them away. Now, when I plug them in, I get absolutely nothing, or I hear the disc spinning but nothing is recognized. On one of them, I do think I know the reason. I accidentally unplugged it by taking out the cable instead of waiting until "it is safe" to disconnect. On new Windows OS it doesn't matter, but apparently it mattered 5 years ago. (I think I was running XP and it matters on XP?) Anyway, how do you recommend I proceed? This isn't amazingly voluble data. It's mostly some pictures and some work/tech projects. Are there any simple things I should try? How do I know that someone knows what they are doing when hiring a data recovery for these 3 drives? How much should I expect to pay to get someone else to try? Drop you details in the website and i will surely help.
Have you ever contacted the police due to data you have recovered? No. well not until now but who knows.
So. you either lie or cant tell me? I have not experienced that so how can lie?
Let's say I have a HD that is just not responding, and I need to get it recovered. What interests me the most are the vacation photos I have on it, everything else I don't care about - BUT, lets say that there is also a folder labled "downloads" that may (or may not) contain apps, games, movies and assorted whatnot... :) How much trouble could I get into for getting this drive recovered? My main interest are the photos, but I guess you'll be able to "see" what else is on the drive even if its not recovered? Are you required to notify anyone of what else you may find on a drive? Yes, a part of our procedure involves that after analyzing the media we call the customer to inform them about what all data we can "see" on the drive itself. And when the customer says he wants the data then only we proceed further with the recovery process.
A friend of mine dropped a 2TB Hitachi hard drive about 3 feet, and now it won't read. It does spin up, but doesn't detect. It feels like a gyroscope if you hold it in your hand. Of course he has 0 money to restore it. I don't have any serious experience w/ swapping hard drive parts, but he insists I try it. I bought a similar hard drive off eBay with same MLC. I have secured a clean room to try do either a platter swap or at least to open it, and see what's wrong - maybe the arm is just stuck? Any tips on what a n00b can try (other than not trying?). I don't have a platter removal tool, and I don't think swapping the data boards will help. Anything that I will likely see when opening it? You will likely encounter far more problems then you think there are after opening the case. This is from my experience.
How often does replacing the logic board work for you, and how do you go about sourcing logic boards? Well as i said above we dont recommend doing it as its a stingy job. If the client doesnt agree and wants to do it, first we take a advance from them and then start opening the hdd. And in my experience whenever we open the hdd 10 new problems arise and the customer has to pay for those too.
In my career, i have done at least 10 physical recoveries and from them only 5 came out successful.
I have a Dell laptop from around 2007 that will no longer turn on. We were travelling and using it to store all our photos. I suspect the hard drive is corrupted as it started out just not booting up (running Vista) and my only option was to hold down the power button to turn it off and try again. Weeks of doing that and she eventually gave up. The local PC place I took it to couldn't recover the data for me. What are my options for data recovery? I'd love to get those photos back. First off...did the local guys tell you what the problem was? As you describe it i think its definitely something related to physical damage. Mostly physical damage will cost you very large amount of money. But i will definitely help you. Drop in your details in the website mentioned above.
What would you recommend as the best software for recovery of corrupted/unreadable data for personal computers? (mainly ntfs filesystems and a little Extent FS here and there) I work as a repair tech and many times when a customers data is too far corrupted for me to read and repair I refer them to someone with your type of expertise. I have used knoppix live cd with some success in being able to recover corrupted data, obviously slaving a drive is usually my second option, if I can't get at it with a live cd. I've tested runtime live cd which is based on knoppix and it seems like the software provided is able to read much of the corrupted data but I've never actually shelled out the money for the full license to be able to restore the data using their software. I'm wondering if it is worth it or if there is another option that is just as good for basic data recovery? There are plenty of professional software available. Drop in your details on the website provided and i will surely help you.
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Could you maybe give me some expert advice ? My SD card from my old phone broke. I've tried recovery tools and other software that I've read about online etc... and nothing has worked, the software always kicks up an error or just don't work. Is there anything else i can try ? What do you mean by broke? as in into pieces?
No physical damage that i can see. It just kind of stopped working in my phone one day. My computer still detects it when i plug it into my computer via a card reader. But it won't let me access what's on there. Use File Scavenger for recovery.
My laptop broke when i got it fixed they gave me a new hard drive, how do i get data off the old hardrive? Is it a SATA or IDE? there is a converter available from sata/ide to usb 2.0. or an external caddy. Buy that and then attach it via this to the pc and it will be detected as an external hdd. Then you can simply copy paste the required data off of the hdd.
Do you,and how do you do recovery from various memory cards? (sd,tf etc.) Nice question, memory cards are a little difficult and usually if it does not work in windows we try mounting it on linux and if that also fails we cant realy do anything.
Thanks for the reply. So far i had almost no luck with memory cards,i think that the controllers just don't give that kind of deep level,direct access to the filesystem/memory to actually see anything that was deleted or formated. Ya thats correct.
It seems to me that the implementation of Hard Disk Drives is fairly well-established and known, but that to all but a few wizards, the implementation details of SSD's are a dark art about which very little is understood. Do you feel equally comfortable recovering data from either medium if they are physically damaged? Physically damaged Hdd/Sdd are a challenge to us and we do our best to help. but sometimes its luck.
Any recommendations for someone looking to start a business offering this service? Get hired into a company already doing this service. Gain experience, start your own
What in the heck can I do about a cyclic redundancy check data error? Is it from a RAR file?. You can try re downloading it again from the source.
I have a SD card that I believe I formatted. I bought a program called card raider photo recovery and it couldn't find my pictures on the card. Am I totally screwed or are there other alternatives? There are plenty. Mount in linux File Scavenger Getdataback Recova
No, it's from an old hard drive that got a SMART error. I was hoping to pull bits and pieces off of it. Did you try booting it in linux?. did you try running any data recovery software on it?
Do you guys also work in the field of computer forensics? I would surely love to but i am still gaining experience
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Have you ever been tasked with recovering an encrypted drive? No not till now.
Since you work with HDD platters, what is the best method for actually CUTTING a platter in order to shape it into something artsy? Lol...
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I think that physically breaking the disk/chips in any way will ensure the data is destroyed. Melting the entire hard drive would definitely do it. Yes...use Dban 7 pass on the HDD, that will ensure that the data will never be recovered.
As i said earlier here, that all the software part of the recovery depends upon how badly the media is damaged and that we come to know only after analysis of the media.
FYI, even though data can theoretically be recovered after a hard wipe, it has never been done even in a controlled lab setting. One pass is enough. Ye thats true... but for those too paranoid users, 7 pass is what we recommend them.
Hi, my sony laptop won't come on. It asks me to restore :( any advice. Windows has failed. I need my photos! Help Thanks. Do you have the windows cd that came with the laptop. You might try repairing it by booting the CD and then opting for repair windows.
No extra discs came with the laptop. Do you have a usb pendrive which you can boot from? You can put any flavor of linux on it and boot from it and then try accessing the windows partition.
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Upon looking into it I found traces of that ransomware in a few documents. Surprisingly it looked mostly contained which I was shocked by. But then I looked into the other issue which was the Exchange VM was not booting. When I booted up the VM it told me it "failed to change state, file not found."
I took a look in the logs and found the error referring to the missing file. The file missing is the avhdx file for the Exchange server (the one referenced in the configuration file). So at least I know why it won't boot.
I looked for backups and found even more issues, they have NONE, no backups, zilch, zip, nada. They have a very broken out of license copy of Veeam that they never had anyone keep an eye on. So digging from backups is out.
I also tried using tools like GetDataBack to see if I could find the file in the void. No file to be found so whatever happened to it there is no trace of it.
So before I tell the bad news to my client is there anything that can be done? I do have the original VHDX file but if I understand Hyper-V that file is going to be as old as before the checkpoint was taken.
Is there anything that can done? The rest of the "snapshot" appears to be there and I found a bin file that was 13GB if that is any use.
TL;DR; AVHDX file for exchange server got deleted by virus or something, client is in panic mode, anyway to get file back after trying undelete and client has no backups?
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