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Anyone recommend an Irish data recovery service?

The laptop screen glitches then laptop video card fails. Then you keep ringing support to arrange to get an engineer out. Then the backup data drive fails. Then the backup machine can't run some software without crashing. Been a rubbish few days, plus deadlines. So if you've emailed me since about last Thursday and haven't heard from me, I'll get back to you real soon, promise.

And if you can recommend a data recovery service in or around the Dublin area for what looks like a corrupted ntfs drive, or indeed plain recovery software, please leave a comment!


April 10, 2006 07:08 PM

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Darragh Sherwin
(April 10, 2006 09:48 PM #)

Data recovery is pretty price.
I lost about 7000 images when I dropped a hard drive. I rang around a few of data recovery specialists and the best quote I got was around €700.
Try http://www.cdr.ie/ for a quote

(April 11, 2006 11:49 AM #)

There's SpinRite (grc.com). I've bought it twice now for clients, and it's been a life saver.

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