When I used them a few years ago they had an academic discount, so don't forget to ask about that if you end up using them.
On Oct 7, 2010, at 8:34 AM, Russ Somers wrote:
> Last year someone on this list recommended Gillware, tried them and
> everything worked out great. Roughly 300Gb for $700. It took them about
> 10 days, but I didnt care about time as much as cost. I'm sure they have
> faster times if you have the $$$.
> Russ Somers Network Services, ITC
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>>>> l duynslager <[log in to unmask]> 10/6/2010 3:41 PM >>>
>> Users drive makes a grinding noise, so I donıt want to experiment
> putting it
>> in the freezer or something like that, I believe the best plan would
> be to
>> send it off to a recovery service to minimize physical damage to the
>> My past experience has been good with OnTrack but they are very
> costly $1200
>> or more for an 80 gb drive.
>> Iım curious if anybody out there recently had good luck with a less
>> drive recovery service? Did anybody pay less than $1000 / $750
>> for similar results.
>> Lee Duynslager