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Jun 22, 2019 at 8:29 pm #13978267siGuest
@RecoveryRobot: Thanks for the reply. I look forward to using this program.
@Mikey: no program can recover data from a mechanically-failed drive (clicking noises). Your “clicking” drive has gone too far – you should have some software to warn you of impending failures like DiskCheckup, Crystal Disk Info or Hard Disk Sentinel. By the time it’s clicking, it’s too late. The drive would have to go to a clean room to be disassembled and mounted on professional recovery mechanisms and you’re talking thousands of dollars for that.
@conceptualclarity: It used to be called 7-Data RecoveryJun 23, 2019 at 7:01 pm #13985908RecoveryRobotGuest
If you hear clicking, that means your hard drive is possibly physically damaged. I once watched a video on Youtube on how to open the disk drive and solve the clicking problem. You can try a search on Youtube too. If I found it some day I’ll mention the link here.Jun 23, 2019 at 7:05 pm #13985923RecoveryRobotGuest
Um, sorry. This program could not recover from a 2 GB SD card. After 38 minutes, I gave up. And, maybe it was the small little card but it kept freezing up. Nice program though, but it CANNOT recover from “– Recover data or file from damaged or formatted hard drive or the hard drive is inaccessible for unknown reason.” I wish it would, but it could not. For minor problems, I like this, but not for major problems. Nice try.
Hi, could you be more specific about your problem? If possible, you can send us a screenshot to support[at] datarecoveryrobot.comJun 23, 2019 at 7:09 pm #13985932RecoveryRobotGuest
So did this software previously have a different name, like many?
We used to use the name “7-Data Recovery”, which is still live and supported, but not actively updated. We started using “RecoveryRobot” as we no longer hold the domain “7datarecovery”. So that’s the story.Jun 26, 2019 at 4:27 am #13999113sonycGuest
Thank you !Jul 22, 2019 at 9:41 pm #14135084簡仁祥Guest
What should I do because the computer reinstallation system registration code is not backed up?Jul 25, 2019 at 4:04 pm #13985961RecoveryRobotGuest
I’ve had nothing but problems from Hard Drives that somehow are damaged, make clicking noises and generally are dead. This program can recover files from these types of situations as it states in the description? None of the other programs I’ve purchased in the past have EVER been able to do that. And IF it does, then this is a program worth buying. I’ll post after trying to recover from my dead, clicking hard drives. To Be Continued.
Hi, I found the Youtube link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5Y7BniaRXg