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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 5:43 pm    Post subject: BadDrive Adapter Reply with quote

Hello Community!
Iím searching for a tool to read the hard drive with BADs.
I found a device as the BadDrive Adapter
epos .ua /view.php/products_epos_baddrive_adapter by EPOS company.
According to the company Web site, it works with damaged disks in the same way as working with simple masking errors from host systems.
Does any of you know such a tool or is even working with one?
Iím would be very happy for recommendations powerful solutions.
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