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USB Stabilizer Demo video
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  • Dalkiel Damion
    Dalkiel Damion 2 months ago

    I'd like to see more. And what I mean by that is to see everything from scratch. From the unit, equipment, what you hooked up to what, where and how. From step 00 to step finish. Thanks for the video.

  • Dalkiel Damion
    Dalkiel Damion 2 months ago

    How do you know when it goes raw? What are some key signs to "raw" data recovery?

  • Dalkiel Damion
    Dalkiel Damion 2 months ago

    I want to ask an out there question. What if after I use this utility I want to re active the "Mounting" capability? What if I was just testing this utility out, playing around with spar hard drives or spar flash drives to get a feel for the utility, is there a way to "reinitialize the mounting process"? Because you talk about MBR deactivation but you never say you can activate it again. Because what if I want it to become bootable again? Never mind, I got to the very last minute in this video and you covered my question. Thank you

  • Todd Fulcher
    Todd Fulcher 7 months ago

    Hello DeepSpar - I have a USB drive (WD My Passport Ultra) which has suddenly stopped mounting properly and just makes these quick click sounds instead. I do see it in Disk Management, but it shows up as unknown, not initialized like what you show in the video. Is that due to instability that this USB Stabilizer is designed to correct?

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 5 months ago

      Sorry about the late reply. There are a lot of exceptions in data recovery, but if your drive is clicking right after powering up then almost certainly it has total physical failure of the read/write heads and/or platters. Such cases cannot be solved by tools alone. The drive will need to be taken apart in a class 100 clean air environment. If there is significant platter damage then most likely it's unrecoverable. If platters look okay then the read/write heads will need to be swapped from a compatible donor drive. After swapping the heads the drive should become responsive, but will likely still be unstable and will need to be imaged using a hardware data recovery tool, like our USB Stabilizer or DeepSpar Disk Imager.

  • Data Recovery BD
    Data Recovery BD 7 months ago

    amazing

  • Aloke Paul
    Aloke Paul 7 months ago

    awesome.......

  • Delicious DeBlair

    How much does it cost?

    • Delicious DeBlair
      Delicious DeBlair Year ago

      DeepSpar Sent (~_^)-b

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar Year ago

      Please send an email to info@deepspar.com and one of our team members will send you a quote.

  • Francois Piche
    Francois Piche Year ago

    This channel has not been updated in a LONG time. Please keep it alive

  • OoOoF
    OoOoF Year ago

    good videoo though

  • EFormance Engineering

    I'm curious if this is a DOS based application? The UI looks like the MFC toolkit in DOS 5 and 6.

    • Kim Fuck U
      Kim Fuck U Year ago

      Probably I still can reuse my old Norton Commander tools!

  • Computers repair Cote Saint-Luc

    whats the different between ddrescue to deepspar? one this is head maps. but what else? it doesnt repair rom.

  • hytlerson
    hytlerson Year ago

    2:18 yw

  • TheMapleSyrupMan
    TheMapleSyrupMan 2 years ago

    ... my video was litterly just corrupted

  • Chase Barnard
    Chase Barnard 2 years ago

    where can I purchase the Deepspar disk imager 4?

    • Crazy Clown
      Crazy Clown Year ago

      Chase Barnard *Paypal me $200US & I'll send it*

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 2 years ago

      Please email us at info@deepspar.com for a quote

  • Data Recovery BD
    Data Recovery BD 2 years ago

    good job .

  • عامر الساعدي 7616786987

    what is different between the deepspar and rapid spar

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 2 years ago

      RapidSpar is what we are recommending to part-time data recovery service providers. Almost everything is automated, so there is a very small learning curve for new users. It also doesn’t require a dedicated PC - it connects by USB3 instead of over LAN. DeepSpar Disk Imager (DDI) is our top of the line data recovery imaging solution. It’s geared primarily for full-time data recovery companies, so it gives the maximum level of user control over the imaging process. It does take some experience to take advantage of this. For full table please go to this link.facebook.com/RapidSpar/photos/a.933407276733708.1073741828.923247674416335/942444952496607/?type=3&theater

  • عامر الساعدي 7616786987

    I Saw the recovery its very interest and somuch hard way ! Can we develop somthing only read the plators which hard damege at another meaning unles the platers was wrote it in the hard and the hard dameged we can pul the platers and read it at that general device

  • Chetan Verma
    Chetan Verma 3 years ago

    great

  • Raminfotech Data Recovery

    nice

  • Matt Bruce
    Matt Bruce 3 years ago

    This is a great video. I enjoyed it!

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 3 years ago

      +Matt “Marshall” Bruce Thank you Matt. We also have a DDI4 training series. The first part will be helpful for anyone interested in data recovery even if they don't use DeepSpar tools.

  • Drexx Laggui
    Drexx Laggui 3 years ago

    Good day. How does DeepSpar or RapidSpar handle Protected Areas and Device Configuration Overlay (HPA and DCO) in HDDs?

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    excellent video

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    Every thing said was pure like Gold. Excellent product.

  • Lammun Mc'loo
    Lammun Mc'loo 3 years ago

    thank you

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    v v good knowledgeable video. I did not know this honestly.

  • Francisco Maya
    Francisco Maya 3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing!

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 3 years ago

      +Francisco Maya Thanks for watching.

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    very informative

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    excellent

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    excellent.

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    excellent video

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 3 years ago

      +anaesarora Singh Thank you

  • Data Recovery Works
    Data Recovery Works 3 years ago

    Thanks for the training videos guys, keep up the good work :)

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 3 years ago

    Excellent and wonderful.Very impressive.

  • Ahmed Azhad
    Ahmed Azhad 4 years ago

    Why is there so much flickering with status bars appearing to go back?

  • George Stobbart
    George Stobbart 4 years ago

    Thanks for the RDT. Saved me time.

    • S.Norman Titus
      S.Norman Titus 2 years ago

      which software did you use to write the sectors of the .bin file to the Usb stick

  • George Stobbart
    George Stobbart 4 years ago

    Great info, guys. Thank you. Can someone contact me about DDI4, please? I need info on USB Add-on also.

  • Simran A
    Simran A 4 years ago

    Very well explained, all the videos well explained.Keep it up .DeepSpar is the best

  • Data Medics
    Data Medics 4 years ago

    Nice to finally put a face to the name. I know we've emailed back and forth a few times.

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 4 years ago

    It was a great piece of information.Thanks a lot to your full team.Keep adding more videos.Every time a video is added, we earn more....Knowledge and Money...lol.

  • Lammun Mc'loo
    Lammun Mc'loo 4 years ago

    Thanks, that helps a lot when recovering the rest of those yellow blocks.

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 4 years ago

      @Lammun Mc'loo Glad that you like it

  • DeepSpar
    DeepSpar 4 years ago

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 4 years ago

    Thanks for this video on read time out function. I would appreciate a comment on WD external drives attached on USB add on where the read time out varies and goes to 700, and with slow read firmware issues it goes still higher until the drives firmware is repaired.Please correct me as I may be wrong and i am very new to Deepspar. I have also noticed if one tries out a high read time out for some time, we get to know the type of errors generated, and what action would be a remedial one.

  • BamBam Bailey
    BamBam Bailey 4 years ago

    Great Video and instruction!

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 4 years ago

      @Kris Bailey Thank you Kris

  • Yaro Shkvorets
    Yaro Shkvorets 4 years ago

    Good stuff!

  • DeepSpar
    DeepSpar 4 years ago

    Hello George. Please fill contact form here deepspar.com/about-contact.html and someone will get in touch with you

  • George Stobbart
    George Stobbart 4 years ago

    That's what I need. We are receiving too many drives that we can't process with software tools and loose business to clean room giants. I would like to know where can I order DDI with Network Add-on and forensic Add-on. Thanks.

  • SirKaross
    SirKaross 4 years ago

    Nice :D

  • anaesarora Singh
    anaesarora Singh 4 years ago

    I purchased DeepSpar4 just a week back.Is unbelievable to see it recovers data from almost all drives where data was unable to be recovered by any other tools and techniques. Thank you so much.I am from Mumbai, India.If some one wants more information on this tool,then I request you to contact me on anaesarora@hotmail.com, with subject:DEEPSPAR INFO. I cannot describe my inner excitement as this tool is magic by its nature.Salute to the Developers.

    • DeepSpar
      DeepSpar 4 years ago

      @anaesarora Singh Thank you for feedback