Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Drive savers, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
(soft guitar music)…- As a photographer, I capture lots of photographic images,…and of course, that means I'm collecting a lot of data,…hopefully keeping all of that data backed up.…But every now and then, you might find yourself…in a situation where a device fails, a hard drive fails,…and you fear that you may have lost all of those images.…But, hope may not be lost all together.…I'm here with Weston of DriveSavers Data Recovery.…
So Weston, tell me, is there any hope, if I've got…a hard drive that's failed, it just won't power up,…is there any hope of getting that data back?…- Of course there is. - Okay.…- There is always a chance. - Right.…- Doesn't matter what the type of device is,…and it doesn't matter what has happened.…The good news is, we'll always take a look at it…and we'll always get an idea, based off…what we come up with, if it's recoverable or not.…- Right, so obviously, if it's something really simple,…like the power supply in the drive failed,…probably very good success rate.…But I noticed you've got some sample devices here.…
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