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    High level of Seagate 2.5" SATA drives failing

    I am receiving about two of these drives daily. (Momentus 5400.2)

    Without exception, they are manufactured in China, and have firmware 7.01. Also, they are all out of Mac computers.

    Is anyone else coming across these? Has anyone successfully managed to repair one?

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    Re:High level of Seagate 2.5" SATA drives failing

    This is the same problem Iíve faced and Iíve sent the drives to a lab called Salvage Data Recovery Lab.
    They solved my problem. Now its working fine. I even got my lost data. If you are failed get your drive repaired any where then why donít you go recovery labs. I donít know much about other companies or labs but since Iíve been to Salavagedata recovery labs, I would say it is reasonably economical and justifiable considering the unsurpassed level of expertise, customized solution, and quality of support and guaranty provided.

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    If anyone is in the least bit interested, I banned the pair of them.............

    They/he/she/it is spamming...................

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    The use of exactly the same IP addy isn't a give-away?.......... you cannot see that, I can, as a moderator.

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    Hi ByTe~, I have done that........... didn't we have a big chemical plant disaster there a while back?.............. Union Carbide? fertilizers???

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    Yep. That's the place. /me kills Union Carbide.

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