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I have problem in my purchaseing

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Disk Internals - I have problem in my purchaseing
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Original review Nov 25, 2022

fake people who stole our money with no product to submit

I am trying to contact but no one is answering

the telephone number is not working 00120********

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Loss:
$699

Preferred solution: Deliver product or service ordered

Vic J

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No service

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Disk Internals - No service

I have paid and not receiving the help i need

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Loss:
$543
Cons:
  • Stealing our money

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User's recommendation: Stay away from this product

chris.rickey R
map-marker Exeter, New Hampshire

False advertising and *** poor customer service

I found diskinternals when looking for a tool to recover a raid array. The crippled demo version seemed to do what I needed, so I ponied up the $250 for the full non-crippled edition.

I let it run for 10 days with no luck. During that time, my disk did start clicking and now no longer works.

I don't blame them for the drive going bad, but don't know their tool wasn't responsible.

I asked for my money back since it didn't work as the demo version did. He said I was using it wrong.

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Loss:
$250
1 comment
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What were you trying to recover. What kind of a RAID? Which OS? How many drives. Size of the drives? What kind of a server?

Recovering a RAID is not easy and Inever rely on 3rd party software. Siemens has some good tools as well as HP. But normally I use PLOP Linux. It's free and you can always find the strings that you need to use. Atleast many examples.

Is the drive dead? If not good luck.

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