Lexar Professional 1000x SD card data recovery

  • Published on Nov 9, 2019
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    In this video, we want to demonstrate a data recovery procedure that does not need any data recovery equipment. Hot air station, soldering iron, stencil, soldering paste, flux, and a donor is all you need. We got a 64GB Lexar Professional 1000x SD card that failed, but luckily our client had an exact copy that we bought together. We used a donor PCB, for the memory swap. Configuration firmware for the NAND and translation is stored on NAND chips themselves, so swapping them to a board that had no issues gave us access to the data.
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    391 Bank St, Suite 201
    Ottawa, ON
    K2P 1Y3

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Comments • 44

  • Mario Rossi
    Mario Rossi 2 days ago

    If I'll ever born again, in my next life I'll want to be Your assistant

  • sohaib ibrahim
    sohaib ibrahim 4 days ago

    hello i need help i have sandisk sd card 16gb and i formatted it without checking quick format and it was taking longer than expected so i stopped it in middle and now my sd card is not shown anywhere and it shows as no media in diskmgr and not shown in any recovery tools and i even tried chip genius and it does not detect either.to my surprise i removed sd card and inserted only card reader and it showed the same result in chip genius as with sd card so my sd card is dead what can i do now.plz help

  • H Eftekhari
    H Eftekhari 4 days ago

    hi bro
    please show me how can i build cfast 2.0 to ssd cable
    i very need to know
    thanksssssssssss bro0o0o0o0o0o0o....

  • Andres Felipe
    Andres Felipe 8 days ago

    Hi, which temperature and air do you use to:
    Take chip off
    Clean chip
    Thank you 👍🏽

  • Eu Dhwks
    Eu Dhwks 21 day ago

    Sounds like Lexar cards are unreliable in the long run, since you seem to get a lot of them for recovery.

  • eldas581
    eldas581 22 days ago

    Great Job ! Which product (transparent liquid ) did you use to remove the chip please ? and for welding, just heat up after? Thanks

  • Kingphone
    Kingphone 25 days ago

    You can activate the subtitles in French please thanks

    • Clément J
      Clément J 24 days ago

      C'est pas de l'anglais poussé tu devrais comprendre

  • Dan Swinehart
    Dan Swinehart 25 days ago

    Next purchase: noise canceling mic? Should be able to filter out the fume extractor.

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  24 days ago

      I'll try the tape trick next time. its not just the fume extractor, we got 2 laminar flow benches running on the background almost all of the time

  • Sergej Popov
    Sergej Popov 25 days ago +3

    Like first, then view!

  • cogliostro
    cogliostro 25 days ago

    Hi, you have any suggestion on how to start small with a Data Recovery for really small application ? next year im writing my bachelor thesis and i think maybe going in the task area of data recovery. Can you recommend a hardware device like the MRT Pro or the Ace Lab PC-3000 UDMA who is a cheap to get an hardware example ? At least here in Germany they taking up to 8000€ for the devices that is way more than i can ever pay for a device like that.

    • cogliostro
      cogliostro 21 day ago

      @HDD Recovery Services Hello Erkin, thank you very much for the support. I have registered and contacted the seller. Very kind of you.

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  22 days ago

      I occasionally see a used DDI3 being sold in marketplace section on hddguru forum

    • cogliostro
      cogliostro 25 days ago

      @HDD Recovery Services Thank you very much for your answer. I don't think there are much used Deepspar here on the Marked in Europe. You have any suggestion where i can buy the used equipment in the US or Canada ? i found the EU Dealers here, but no prices just things like "Contact me for price"

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  25 days ago +1

      As long as you get clients on regular basis paying off PC3000 is not going to be a problem. Learning the tool will be the challenge. You can always start small with a second hand Deepspar disk imager 3, they go for 700$usd if you lucky to find one

  • بابلو أيسكوبار

    You could repair a broken card broken in half

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  25 days ago +1

      This technique can repair/recover a broken card as long as it is not a monolithic design, and NAND chips are not damaged

  • DiskTuna
    DiskTuna 25 days ago

    Must be a nice feeling to be able to load it right into R-Studio rather than having to go through Flash Extractor.. Video was as satisfying as always.

    • DiskTuna
      DiskTuna 25 days ago +1

      @HDD Recovery Services If you ever have the need to recover fragmented video drop me an email at joep@disktuna.com. Software from my website sure takes it's time and resources (needs Windows 64 bit, 8 GB RAM minimum but 32 GB highly recommended) and not always successful, but will attempt to re-assemble playable video (MP4) from the fragments.

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  25 days ago +1

      Besides if video content needed to be recovered, chip off is not good as files are fragmented

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  25 days ago +1

      These days chip off is the end of the road procedure for me.

  • omar ben slimane
    omar ben slimane 25 days ago

    tnx bro

  • Josh Straughn
    Josh Straughn 25 days ago

    I See you have a Samsung T5 I have the same drive I use to transfer my non professional wedding photographs to folks who got wed! Great vid sir. Chip off FTW!

    • Josh Straughn
      Josh Straughn 25 days ago

      @HDD Recovery Services I show photos to folks on my surfacebook so small internal storage, so this was a blessing. Each shoot is around 100Gb +

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  25 days ago +1

      Hey Josh, yeah I was forced into buying one for new MBP lack of regular USB ports :)

  • Coco Bongo
    Coco Bongo 25 days ago

    Hi man, It Is amazing watching you wirking. I am glad you have taken in consideration making videos mire often. I always let the advertising to finish, and also click on the advertising itself... I hope It counts... my best wishes man.

  • Easy One
    Easy One 26 days ago

    Nicely done

  • rs agarwaen
    rs agarwaen 26 days ago

    hdd services why dont decap controller with acid and look up controller??i mean u have microscope to zoom in and u have fume removal fan to remove toxic fumes...

  • rs agarwaen
    rs agarwaen 26 days ago

    i seen people talking about controllers in forums..issue 8s that manufacturers only care about money and sometimess they use 20 year old controllers to save few pennies

  • Subash Nandamuri
    Subash Nandamuri 26 days ago

    I have a 1tb hdd which is not showing up when i put in my pc its external hdd wb company. Need help how can i make it work or recover data in my home .

  • Johnny BeGood
    Johnny BeGood 26 days ago +1

    Question: why don’t you just try to reflow the memory chips first?

    • Johnny BeGood
      Johnny BeGood 25 days ago

      @HDD Recovery Services Makes sense. Thanks for your answer.

    • HDD Recovery Services
      HDD Recovery Services  26 days ago +2

      if pads came off the board, reflow is not going to help. Swap is a solution, reflow is a chance. Heat is not good for NANDs n matter how you look at it. If we put heat on NANDs we rather not take chances - unless it comes backed with a solution

  • ArthursHD
    ArthursHD 26 days ago

    Even better to use a camera with two card slots.

  • Hichem Naami
    Hichem Naami 26 days ago

    Very well done as always ... Good job

  • wysetech2000
    wysetech2000 26 days ago +1

    Well done as always.

  • Abde Ali
    Abde Ali 26 days ago


  • exploiterv
    exploiterv 26 days ago

    Make better

    JTR VLOGS 26 days ago +1

    finally 1st

    • Coco Bongo
      Coco Bongo 25 days ago

      Will not be the last time, cheers dude.