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Data Recovery Labs They are not truthful about the nature of the problem New York, New York
21st of Jun, 2011 by User947742
My computer suddenly stopped working with a missing hal.dll errorr. All of my research indicated either a virus, a corrupted or missing file, or a bad sector on my hard drive. I read various complicated recovery routines on Youtube but none of them to worked. I found DataRecovery Labs who claimed they did recoveries for the large corporations so I figured they were legit. I was willing to pay a few hundred bucks if they could quickly fix my corrupted hard drive. I shipped them my computer and they sent me a quote for $1549 and told me I had a bad hard drive. They also wanted to charge extra for a new hard drive (not included in the quote?). I told them to return my computer to me. Luckily they returned it in a timely manner (I got it back in about a week). I knew my hard drive was not totally bad because I was able to boot up in DOS shell mode and examine files but the operating system would not let me do updates.

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