Seeking Company with Specific PC-3000 Configuration

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enter8

New member
I'm looking for a company that can do this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvPRpatmHeY

Literally, that. That model drive (samsung 850 pro) with firmware corruption.

And if that was a difficult find, I need someone affordable. I'm aware that the equipment in the video runs at least $8K, so I can't expect this service to be cheap, but, being dirt poor, I really can't afford much to recover the data off my SSD.

If someone knows individuals or forum members who might own this equipment, I'm open to that information as well (PM me the details).
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
A lot of us own this equipment, and pretty much anyone with the latest release of PC-3000 should be able to do this. However, you are assuming that your SSD has this same issue (it very well may not) and you're assuming that the software has a loader module for your SSD's firmware version (again, it very well may not).

As to getting it done cheap, don't expect any charity. My price would typically be $725, but I'm actually not taking new clients now because I'm retiring from this business.
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
Porn link
Yeah, I don't know how these are getting through the new platform. Right now, it's set to require moderation of their first 5 posts, but they keep just slipping though. I've made you a moderator Larry, so feel free to just permanently delete them and ban the user if you see any more pop up.

I'm still trying to figure out this new system.
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
I see. It seems that some users who'd registered on the old platform and never posted anything, got moved out of the "new users" group and into the regular 'users' group. I'll see what I can do to dump all the zero post accounts back into the new users category.
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
Okay, all old accounts with zero posts are now moved back into the New Users group and should require moderation of their first posts again. Hopefully, no more spam links to porno sites will slip through now.
 
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