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Remote data recovery services (for data recovery companies)...

Posted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:39 pm
by 300ddr
I've been using D3 Consulting for remote help on cases I can't solve. They are skilled, and charge a fair price, but due to the time difference and since Sasha is doing all VNR dev stuff now, it's difficult to get them to check stuff out reliably or within a reasonable amount of time.

So... do you guys know any other companies or people (ideally in the US) that offer remote data recovery services? I'm also not just looking for hard drive, but also Flash recovery support with VNR. Price needs to be competitive with D3's price (100 EUR for successful recovery).

Thanks!
Brian

Remote data recovery services (for data recovery companies)...

Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:21 am
by Amarbir[CDR-Labs]
Well,
Might Be You Can Speak To Dr Kiev And That Dimitry Guy And a Few more Chaps For RAID .For Flash i Recommend You Buy All Three Tools And Enjoy The Power of Three And TS Support Of Three .For Flash Cases i Would Love To Work FOR FREE For You if You Can Send Me The Dumps And I Could Download ,I can try solving your Cases .As i Am Inlearning Stage But Able To Solve Majority of Cases .

Remote data recovery services (for data recovery companies)...

Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:24 pm
by 300ddr
Hi Amarbir,

That's a great offer :) I'll let you know about flash cases when I can't solve. Thank you! I don't really want to buy more Flash tools yet. I'm still trying to determine an average success rate and average turn-around times, to see if flash recovery can really be worth my time (given my low rates).

-Brian

Remote data recovery services (for data recovery companies)...

Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:36 pm
by Amarbir[CDR-Labs]
Well,
My Experience is That One Tool only Does Does Not Cut The Jobs Much As It Might Be Missing On Some Resources Like XOR of a Chip Not There Etc .Having All Three Is a Feather in The Cap and helps to solve more cases.So percentage of success increases

Remote data recovery services (for data recovery companies)...

Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:10 pm
by 300ddr
Good point. Inquiring about Ace's Flash tool now (the "Global Solutions Center" looks promising given the amount of drive on there).