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Sometimes data recovery engineer need to prepare a report for customer. We are going to overview what kind of reports can be provided by PC-3000.
There are a lot of cases which alow to read a user data but it’s to slow or drive has a damaged surface at the start of users area, as result impossible to expand a user partition or it takes a … Continue reading
Some customers are asking us is it possible to run PC-3000 under Linux. We decided to make some testing and answer on this question. For the lazy and busy: yes, it’s possible. But performance will be 4-5 times less. If you’d … Continue reading
This article is not about a cooperative platformer, even not about popular racing video game. It’s about shifted data and method for fixing it in PC-3000 Data Extractor utility.
Sony Playstation 3 was a revolutionary console system, which became one of the first playing systems perfect not only for games, but also for storing and viewing digital media content. Lucky for powerful CPU IBM CELL and BlueRay drive, PS3 became … Continue reading
What is the difference between physical and logical sectors and why some sector is read via PC-3000 utility but not read via DE ?
Some of our users don’t understand what this confirmation screen means when starting a task in Data Extractor or even can make false conclusions. Specially for them we wrote this article 🙂
Sometimes you can’t read ROM via PC3000 due to PCB damage. In some situation you need to unsolder the chip and use programmer device to read ROM content. In this tutorial we will show how to do it.
Forget the times of manually testing every drive through endless clicks and menus. If you deal with drive unlocking and data imaging for data recovery or forensic purposes daily, you’ll like what we’ve done. Among other enhancements of the recent … Continue reading
There are lot of nontypical devices like media stations, different recorders, cameras, audio players, etc which are based on nontypical drives. Here is a real case of hard drive (!!!) from iPod Video 30 Gb. Such players (5th generation) was … Continue reading