Posts Tagged ‘failed’

History

A few words of history

  • 2007 : first cases of several Maxtor hard drives with seized and failed motors
  • Search for an existing technical solution : none
  • Late 2007 : our R&D department ¬†came up with specifications prior to the development of HDDSYNC
  • January 2008 : creation of a HDDSYNC prototype, followed by different tests and tuning steps throughout 2008
  • Success demonstrated and validated on failed motors of hard drives branded Maxtor, Hitachi, Samsung and Seagate 7200.11, 7200.12 (the inox equipment commonly used with physically damaged hard drives is not working with these brands)
  • 100% success rate over the last 2 years on hard drives with unscratched platters (list of compatible hard drives – non exhaustive)

 

Up to date solution

HDDSYNC works with all HDD brands and is frequently updated Image

Check out our "updates" section. Our lab technicians regularly test HDDSYNC with the latest HDD and make any necessary adjustments. As a result, HDDSYNC remains compatible with the most recent technology

Worldwide Offer

HDDSYNC is used over the world Image

HDDSYNC has been designed for data recovery companies with complete support material in English. Phone and mail support is also provided by english-speaking after-sales representatives

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Services Image

Interested to test HDDSYNC prior to a purchase ? Send us a case with a failed motor, check out the "Services" section