Data recovery hardware is a necessity for data recovery businesses because it can recover data that was lost through PCB (printed circuit board) failures, hard drive head failures, firmware failures, and bad sectors. Data recovery software can’t retrieve data that was caused by any of those problems.
You can usually recover information through data recovery hardware or software, but in a few cases it’s impossible. One example in which you can’t recover data is if you didn’t save a document before the power cut off. Another instance in which information is gone forever is when you overwrite a file. What has been overwritten cannot be recovered.
When you need data recovery hardware, you have several options but you likely don’t know which is best for your needs. Two reputable options for business data recovery are DFL-SRP All-In-One USB3.0 Data Recovery Equipment and PC-3000 UDMA System.
DFL-SRP All-In-One USB3.0 Data Recovery Equipment
This data recovery hardware is compatible with all hard drive brands, such as Toshiba, Samsung, Fujistu, and IBM. It can be used for:
Repairing bad sectors
Recovering logical data
Recovering bad sector data
Editing SN and capacities
Repairing undetected and busy hard drives
Repairing firmware failures
Retrieving lost data
In addition to solving many data problems, this equipment supports data recovery for up to three hard drives at the same time. Each hard drive is recovered on its own channel, so it doesn’t take any longer than if you were only working with one hard drive. This equipment is commonly recommended for data recovery businesses whether they’re veterans or beginners.
Dolphin Lab, the seller of DFL-SRP All-In-One USB3.0 Data Recovery Equipment, sends user manuals, case studies, Seagate firmware resources, adapters, cables, and their latest software and hardware with your purchase.
PC-3000 UDMA System
PC-300 UDMA System is an ideal data recovery hardware for diagnosing, recovering, and repairing data from damaged HDD. It works on SATA (Serial ATA) and ATA (IDE) interfaces for several vendors, including IBM (HGST), Quantum, Seagate, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Western Digital, Samsung, and Maxtor. And it supports 500 MB to 6 TB, 6.35 cm and 4.57 cm laptop drives, 8.89 cm desktop drives, and 2.54 cm portable drives with Compact Flash interfaces.
Many data recovery companies use the PC-300 UDMA System as their main equipment. It can serve as the main and only tool for small to medium sized data recovery companies. For large data recovery companies, the PC-300 UDMA System works better as a too for standard, not urgent every day jobs.
It’s important to purchase high quality data recovery hardware for your data recovery business because you want to restore the data of your clients as quickly as possible to make them happy. If your equipment doesn’t work or runs too slowly, then it will have a negative impact on your business. Invest in good data recovery hardware, and you won’t regret it.
Originally posted 2016-10-18 11:42:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter