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Sep
23
RAID Data Recovery Webinar Video
Posted by Administrator ACE on 23 September 2022 07:10 PM

Recently, in September, ACE Lab conducted a Free Webinar on RAID data recovery. There, our engineer told more about RAID data recovery and its tips & tricks. He also demonstrated how-to-solve guides and real-life RAID cases and answered the most popular of your technical questions on the topic.

This online event attracted 200 data recovery specialists from all over the world. It has been useful for those who wanted to discover efficient methods for easier, faster and smarter RAID data recovery.

Now, we are sharing the recording of this webinar so you can rewatch it anytime!

 

WATCH ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL:

 

The RAID cases at the webinar were successfully recovered with the PC-3000 Express RAID Set. Contact us by email sales@acelab.eu.com to get this tool at an exceptional price:

GET THE PC-3000 EXPRESS RAID SET

 


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Sep
20
See ACE Lab at Fife’22 in Spain!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 20 September 2022 06:17 PM

Fife’22

Join Fife’22 to discover how the PC-3000 can help you in forensic data recovery!

On September 22, the PC-3000 Solutions will be presented at the Digital Forensics Fair in Madrid – Feria de Informática Forense en España (FiFE`22). The event will be held by ACE Lab partner in Spain OnRetrieval at Espacio Ventas, street C. de Alcalá, 182, 28028 Madrid, España.

This year it is already the 5th edition of this exhibition. Digital forensic experts from Spain, LEAs, Military, Intelligence, and Government agencies, as well as companies from the private sector connected with this area, come to Fife to discover new solutions to the burning issues, discuss the trends in the field, share experience, and network with colleagues.

ACE Lab Team will be happy to greet you at our stand and to show you how you can recover data and digital evidence from damaged storage media in the smartest way with the PC-3000.

At 17:00 – 17:30, a presentation on data & digital evidence recovery from Android mobile phones with the second space feature will be held in the demo room by ACE Lab Chief Services Officer Roman Morozov.

 

The attendance at the event is free of charge but the number of places is limited.
Registration is required.
For more details, you are welcome to contact our partners OnRetrieval forense@onretrieval.com

REGISTER


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Sep
14
PC-3000 Data Recovery Training: Now in Turkey Too!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 14 September 2022 01:04 PM

The PC-3000 Data Recovery Training is now available in Turkey, Istanbul!

During the pandemic time, we introduced online training sessions and conducted more than a hundred of them within the last 2 years. The restrictions are now less strict, and we are glad to announce that from this moment on you can attend the PC-3000 training in Istanbul at the premises of our partner in Turkey Veri Kurtarma Hizmetleri Company.

ISTANBUL TRAINING

Schedule

ACE Lab instructors will be glad to share their knowledge with you at the next training sessions in Istanbul:

Training type Duration Dates Sign up
PC-3000 RAID Data Recovery Advanced Training 4 days November 15-18, 2022 REGISTER
PC-3000 HDD Data Recovery Expert Training 4 days November 21-24, 2022 REGISTER
PC-3000 SSD Data Recovery Expert Training 1 day November 25, 2022 REGISTER
PC-3000 Flash Data Recovery Expert Training 4 days November 28 - December 01, 2022 REGISTER

Location

Veri Kurtarma Hizmetleri Tic Ltd, Isiklar Cad. No:17 Atasehir, Istanbul, Turkey

PRAGUE TRAINING

Schedule

Meanwhile, the live training is also available at ACE Lab office in Prague:

Training type Duration Dates Sign up
PC-3000 HDD Data Recovery Expert Training 4 days October 04-07, 2022 REGISTER
PC-3000 HDD Data Recovery Advanced Training 2 days October 10-11, 2022 REGISTER

Location

ACELab Europe s.r.o., Krizikova 680/10 b, Karlin, Prague 8, 186 00, the Czech Republic

AT THE TRAINING YOU

  • get the systematic knowledge from the acknowledged industry leader
  • practise the most efficient data recovery techniques
  • acquire troubleshooting skills by performing practical tasks on malfunctioning drives
  • learn to solve various real-life case types in the most automatic and wise way

WHAT YOU GET

  • must-have knowledge for any data recovery engineer
  • essential skills for data recovery using PC-3000 and Data Extractor
  • useful handouts
  • official ACE Lab Data Recovery certification upon training completion
  • opportunity to get the product + training package at a special combo price

HURRY UP TO JOIN THE TRAINING AND LEARN DATA RECOVERY FROM THE WORLD LEADER!

To attend this training, please send an email to training@acelab.eu.com, and we will reserve a seat for you.


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Aug
19
Join ACE Lab Free Webinar on RAID Data Recovery, September 08-09!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 19 August 2022 07:45 PM

Time to make money on RAID cases! At the ACE Lab Free Webinar on September 08-09, we will show you that RAID data recovery is easier than someone may think.

The webinar will be conducted for two time zones:

For Europe, Middle East & Africa, APAC

Date: September 08, 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 01:00 pm
(GMT+2, Prague, the Czech Republic)

JOIN

For North & South Americas

Date: September 09, 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 01:00 pm
(EDT, New York, the USA)

JOIN

WHAT’S ON THE SCHEDULE?

  • The Main Issues. What is RAID? Important points, challenges in RAID data recovery and their solutions
  • How-to-Solve-Guides. Step-by-step instructions which can be applied to the most of your RAID cases
  • Real-Life Cases. ACE Lab engineer will demonstrate online how to solve widespread RAID issues with the PC-3000
  • Questions & Answers. Our engineer will answer the most popular of your technical questions

At the webinar, we will give you the waypoints you can follow to solve your RAID cases. We will also discuss the myths around RAID data recovery – why data recovery engineers may consider RAID as a red flag. In fact, RAID data recovery is technically much easier than you may have expected!

Moreover, now RAID data recovery has become more affordable than ever with the PC-3000 Express RAID Set:

 

JOIN THE ACE LAB WEBINAR TO LEARN MORE!


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Aug
2
RAID Data Recovery? Easy and affordable now!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 02 August 2022 03:50 PM

What types of data recovery cases do you get most often?

Even though the number of SSDs is growing, HDDs remain the most popular drives on the market. NAND Flash cases also occupy their niche. And what about RAID?

There is an opinion that RAID data recovery is only for gurus as it is difficult and requires much time and effort. Though, the PC-3000 RAID systems let you solve many issues automatically, and really difficult tasks can be solved in the manual mode. The PC-3000 will not leave you with hex-editors as it contains powerful automatic tools to detect RAID parameters. And even if you find some RAID hard, ACE Lab Technical Support Engineers will make even such cases easy for you!

Others think RAID is rare so it won’t pay off. From our customers’ experience: even 1 RAID case can cover your expenses. Moreover, not all RAID tasks are complicated but are the most highly-paid!

Finally, professional data recovery tools may be considered expensive. To make RAID data recovery more affordable, we have created the special PC-3000 Express RAID Set for you:

Based on the PC-3000 Express board acknowledged worldwide as the most powerful and efficient HDD data recovery tool, this Set allows you to deal with 4 drives simultaneously connected to the PC-3000, data transfer speeding up to 150 MB/s for each drive. Data recovery is convenient, fast and easy with PC-3000 Express. And now also affordable with the PC-3000 Express RAID Set!

GET THE PC-3000 EXPRESS RAID SET
FOR AN EXCEPTIONAL PRICE

 


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Jul
25
The New PC-3000 Flash Software Ver. 8.0.10 has Been Released
Posted by Administrator ACE on 25 July 2022 05:38 PM

The new 64- and 32-bit PC-3000 Flash Software Versions 8.0.10 have been released!

This update brings wide support of SanDisk MLC/TLC translator building algorithms, a lot of new static and dynamic XORs, new NAND chips and ECC formats. These features and more are already available in the latest version of the English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean software:

  • PC-3000 Flash Software Ver. 8.0.10

The development of this version required significant reworking of the program code. In the new version, we switched to the new software development kit (SDK). The main purpose of this transition is the release of the 64-bit version.

In addition, the use of a new modern development environment opens up additional opportunities for using software development technologies and allows adding new features to PC-3000 Flash more quickly and efficiently. With the 64-bit platform, we could remove existing restrictions on the use of computer resources and speed up the work of the software.

At the moment, we continue to release the 32-bit software update. The _x64 and _x86 distributions are available for downloading and installation. We recommend installing the _x64 version on Windows 10 OS.

The authorized PC-3000 Flash technical support users with active TS contracts will get the latest software version on the Personal Pages in the New ACE Lab Technical Support Portal.

Contact us to learn more on how to become an authorized technical support user and receive the recent PC-3000 Software Updates:

RENEW YOUR TECHNICAL
SUPPORT CONTRACT

 

A LIST OF THE MAIN ENHANCEMENTS

 

 ADDED  new firmware support for the SanDisk MLC Translator Building algorithm:
  • COLB1S5211C0o30h
  • COLB1S5211C0o30o
  • COLB1S5211C0k30c
  • COLB1S5211C0o30j
  • COLB1S5211C0f30s
  • PHNX2S4311C0d30m
  • COLB1S5211C0o30l
  • COLB1S5211C0f30k
  • COLB1S5211C0k30a
  • COLB1S5211C1c30c,
  • 00ADP02X

 

 ADDED  new firmware support for the SanDisk TLC Translator Building algorithm:
  • 00ACQ00X
  • 00ACQ01X
  • 00ACP01X
  • 00ACP02X
  • 00ADQ02X
  • 00ACQ03X
  • 00ADP02X
  • 00ACP03X
  • COLB1S5211C0i30w
  • COLB1S5211C1g30j
  • COLB1S5211C0r30x
  • COLB1S5211C0i30w
  • COLB1S5211C0l30n
  • COLB1S5211C1i30u
  • COLB1S5211C1i30u
  • COLB1S5211C0i30c
  • COLB1S5211C0v30o
  • PHNX2S4311C0a30w
  • COLB1S5211C1g30h
  • COLB1S5211C1s30z
  • COLB1S5211C0r30q
  • COLB1S5211C0t30l
  • COLB1S5211C0v30n
  • PHNX2S4311C0c30x
  • COLB1S5211C0s30j
  • COLB1S5211C1a30v
  • COLB1S5211C0s30s
  • COLB1S5211C0r30p
  • COLB1S5211C1h30s

 

 ENHANCED  automatic detection of the firmware structure type in the SanDisk TLC/MLC Translator algorithm

 

 ADDED  new Static XORs:
  • IS917 BLK=128 PG=17600 (1094x16+32) F73C46
  • SM3281 BLK=3072 PG=18592 (32+1150x16+32) PL0 V2
  • SM3281 BLK=3072 PG=18592 (32+1150x16+32) PL1 V2
  • SM3281 BLK=3072 PG=18592 (32+1150x16+32) PL2 V2
  • SM3281 BLK=3072 PG=18592 (32+1150x16+32) PL3 V2
  • CBM2199 BLK=256 PG=18592 (1138x16) EEBB0C
  • FC1179 BLK=128 PG=18592 (1154+7x1150)*2 F5FB07
  • SM3268 BLK=256 PG=18432 (1126x16+31)
  • PS2251-09 BLK=256 PG=18432 (1138+15x1134) 9A9EF0
  • AU699x BLK=1152 PG=18432 (1138x16) DATA
  • SSS6137 BLK=786 PG=18432 (1218x15)
  • PS2251-09 BLK=256 PG=17760 (1110+1104x15) 9A9EF0
  • SM2704 BLK=512 PG=18592 (1150x16+31) ECC
  • SM2704 BLK=512 PG=18592 (1150x16+31) DATA
  • SSS6698 BLK=256 PG=17664 (1096x8) 809E9C
  • SM2702 BLK=256 PG=17920 (1108x16+31) 2850B8
  • SM3257 BLK=256 PG=17600 (1094x16+24) 4C912A
  • SSS6132 BLK=2304 PG=18432 (1218x15) 9A860F
  • AU699x BLK=768 PG=18432 (1138x16) DATA
  • AS MSD BLK=256 PG=17664 (1098x16)_AF9E02
  • IS918 BLK=4608 PG=18592 (1158+15x1150) SA
  • SSS6132 BLK=256 PG=18432 (1218x15) 9A860F
  • SM3267 BLK=576 PG=18432 (1138x16+27) D7AF47
  • AU600x BLK=256 PG=17760 (1110x16) ECC
  • AU600x BLK=256 PG=17760 (1110x16) DATA
  • IS916 BLK=256 PG=17664 (1094x16+24) C3A7EE
  • CBM2199 BLK=64 PG=4320 (1080x4)
  • SM2702 BLK=256 PG=17920 (1108x16+31) FE1705 SA
  • IS917 BLK=384 PG=18432 (1142x16+32)
  • PS2251-09 BLK=576 PG=18432 (1151+15x1143) 9A9EF0
  • DM NN BLK=256 PG=18048 (1126x15+1130) 1775CE
  • IS918 BLK=5184 PG=18656 (1158+15x1150)
  • SM3281 BLK=2304 PG=18592 (32+1150x16+32) E8018F
  • PS2251-08 BLK=256 PG=18272 (1148+15x1140) FA9E80
  • ITE11xx BLK=1024 PG=18592 (1150x16)
  • AU699X BLK=792 PG=17920 (1110X16) ECC
  • AU699X BLK=792 PG=17920 (1110X16) DATA
  • SM3257 BLK=256 PG=17600 (1094x16+27) 4C912A
  • SM3281 BLK=1152 PG=18432 (32+1140x16+32) REQ
  • SM3257 BLK=256 PG=8832 (1094x8+27)
  • SM3281 BLK=1152 PG=18432 (32+1140x16+32) PL0
  • SM3281 BLK=1152 PG=18432 (32+1140x16+32) PL1
  • SSS6697 BLK=258 PG=9216 (1140x16)
  • SM2236 BLK=128 PG=17760 (1106x16+18)
  • AU699X BLK=128 PG=8640 (1078x8)
  • AU699x BLK=1728 PG=9296 (1138x8) DATA
  • SM3281 BLK=768 PG=18432 (32+1142x16+32) PL0
  • SM3281 BLK=768 PG=18432 (32+1142x16+32) PL1
  • SM3281 BLK=768 PG=18432 (32+1142x16+32) PL2
  • SM3281 BLK=768 PG=18432 (32+1142x16+32) PL3
  • SSS6131 BLK=384 PG=18432 (1140x16)
  • AU6989 PG=18592 BLK=256 (1162x16) DATA
  • PS2251-67 BLK=1 PG=8640 (1083+7x1077)
  • FC1179 BLK=128 PG=18432 (1146+7x1142)x2 21CDD8 v1
  • SM3257 BLK=64 PG=17664 (1088x16+27)
  • ITE11xx BLK=256 PG=17664 (1104x16)
  • SSS6132 BLK=576 PG=18432 (1218x15) 80809E9E
  • CBM2199 BLK=512 PG=18592 (1096x16) CF7ED4
  • CBM2199 BLK=64 PG=4320 (1078x4)
  • SM3267 BLK=256 PG=8832 (1100x8+27) D7AF47
  • PS2251-70 BLK=384 PG=18432 (1138+15x1134)
  • PS2251-70 BLK=768 PG=18432 (1148+15x1144)

 

 ADDED  new Dynamic XORs:
  • CBM: 128_8640_1080x8 - 2
  • PHISON BLK=516 PG=9216 (1144x7) BASE+EXT
  • CBM: 64_4224_1056x4 - 6
  • CBM: 64_18432_1144x16 - 6

 

 ADDED  new NAND chips:
  • AD3C15AB Hynix H27Q1T8YEB9R
  • AD3C15AB Hynix H27Q1T8YEB9R
  • C2D3D195 Infineon MX60LF8G18AC
  • 454C9493 SanDisk STDNSGAMA-016G
  • 98489AB3 Toshiba Noname 128GB
  • 89A46432 Intel 6WB2D_NW817
  • 45DA84A5 SanDisk SD0EAHCH-256
  • 453EA693 SanDisk Sandisk 64Gb
  • 454C9A92 SanDisk SDTNPNCHEM-016G
  • 454899B3 SanDisk Noname 128G
  • 2CBA9055 Micron MT29F2G16ABBEA
  • 2CBA9055 Micron MT29F2G16ABBEA
  • 453EA693 SanDisk Sandisk 64Gb
  • 2CA4E53C Micron MT29FxxG08CxxAB
  • 2C844434 Micron MT29F128G08CBCEB
  • ECDC14A5 Samsung K9G4G08U0B
  • 89C41832 Intel MT29F512G08EBHBF
  • 454899B3 SanDisk Noname 128G
  • 453CA593 SanDisk SDWNRHxRx_xxGUx
  • 453CA593 SanDisk SDWNRHxRx_xxGUx
  • 453EAAA2 SanDisk SDT 7E51
  • 453CA9A2 SanDisk Sandisk Monilith
  • 453CA9A2 SanDisk Sandisk Monilith
  • 453CA9A2 SanDisk Sandisk TSOP48
  • 453CA9A2 SanDisk Sandisk TSOP48
  • 98D79983 Toshiba TH58NVG6T2DTG20
  • 2C84C434 Micron Noname
  • 983E98B3 Toshiba TC58LJG9T24TA0D_64GB
  • B5646456 Spectek MT29F64G08CBEFB

 

 ADDED  new ECC formats:
  • 18592;16-1138;
  • 18432;1138;15-1134;
  • 17760;1110;15-1104;
  • 17600;16-1094;27;
  • 18432;16-1138;27;
  • 17760;16-1110;
  • 17920;16-1108;31;
  • 18432;16-1142;32;
  • 18048;15-1126;1130;
  • 18656;1158;15-1150;
  • 18272;1148;15-1140;
  • 17920;16-1110;
  • 17760;16-1106;18;
  • 9296;8-1138;
  • 18432;16-1140;
  • 8640;8-1068;
  • 18432;1146;7-1142;1146;7-1142;
  • 18432;1148;15-1144

 

 ENHANCED  general software optimization for x64 bit platforms. Speed and stability enhancement

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