Aug. 23rd, 2009

Crrap!

Aug. 23rd, 2009 02:54 pm
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So...last night, our External HD went for a violent journey across a couple feet of our living room. Needless to say, it's not happy about it.

after about 3-4 seconds of grinding, rattling sounds, the drive was turned off - so that's good, I guess...

Now, of course, we need to recover about 100-150 gigs of: Nick's portfolio, My portfolio, the project we are currently working on, our company website, still in development, Nick's music (as in the stuff he's been busy making, not as in his Mp3's, which are incidental).

There's also about 100 gigs of music and movies, which are not particularly important to us.

We are well aware that data recovery, under these circumstances is complex and very pricey. The person who sent it on its journey will be, gradually, eventually reimbursing us, but she is not wealthy, and we simply don't have a tonne of money to front towards it. What's the cheapest way (in Toronto) to accomplish this? (and yes, I know none of them are cheap)

Any suggestions?

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