MyDataRecoveeyLab recently assisted in recovery of data from a RAID with 6 Seagate 1TB drives using HDD Serial Commander, Ubuntu and R-Studio (licensed to customer).
Our technological partners were able to repair corrupted firmware on these drives using nothing but our software. One drive were able to read data again they imaged them using dd and finally assemble images to get data back.
Great work guys!
Major update includes:
- Command builder updated
- Seagate database Level T major update
- Minor changes
More about this update here.
We expect migration to be completed by Mar 1st 2017. New version 1.7 (English) has following upgrades:
- Module to connect Free Data Recovery Quote and My Data Recovery Lab Support (Sign-Up)
- Admin panel changes
- Private message update/Submit
Free Data Recovery Quote is now My Data Recovery Lab
English | Espanol
In the latest update (2.21):
- Help & HowTo
- Updated Setup for 7200.4 and some other models (thanks to dongnvqn)
- Few updates on commands for Seagate F3
Advanced Data Recovery Analytics updated its records for local currency in 242 countries and territories around the Globe, added new locations, updated records for Algeria and Gibraltar. We also added a link to convert USD to you local currency.
This year marks 3 years in business. And today Free Data Recovery Quote is still in public beta stage but we have a lot to celebrate, and two exciting announcements to share. But first, let’s set the scene with some history.
Advanced Data Recovery Analytics started as a hobby of Igor Sestanj, our Project manager and data recovery specialist in late November of 2011. Soon, Dejan Jankovic started working as a Software Developer. In following months their efforts brought the initial stage to “life” or Free Data Recovery Quote in its Alpha stage. Now they were able to share the idea with others and more of us got involved. We began our journey to “predict” accurately possibilities of data recovery on-line without having data storage media available for in-lab diagnostics. Several important changes were made and by June 2013 new algorithm was developed and so we begin working on Beta edition.
However, because we’ve been working on this project for free and released so many versions over this time, we’ve become a bit scattered, a bit diluted. Nobody does their best work when they’re spread too thin. We certainly don’t. We do our best work when we’re all focused on one thing. This may be the reason why this project is still Public Beta.
Although compared to the very first on-line version the latest ones got so much more sophisticated. We continuously work on English and Spanish version, both while the one in Serbian got a bit stuck on its own domain.
This is how version 1.5.0 came about. After tedious hours of hard drive search and recording another phase of this project is completed. Today we released new version which now has the ability to predict an accurate sound your device makes and issue an accurate cost estimate for any country in the world.
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