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Beware of scam
Posted by Maxim TS on 25 February 2020 06:12 PM

As you know, sometimes fraudsters use the well-known company names to for scam purposes.
Please remember, that ACE Lab company or ACE Lab staff never ask anyone to wire money for something different than PC-3000 tools, training and technical support.
If you receive any suspicious message, always check it before making any actions.

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Put the ACE Lab Free Technology Conference on Data Recovery & Digital Forensics 2020 on your calendar!

The world's biggest data recovery engineers meeting will take place on April 24, 2020, at the Cubex Centrum Praha in Prague, the Czech Republic. Even more technological discoveries, step-by-step guides, and discussions with peers from many countries are waiting for you there. And it's absolutely free!

As per usual, you’ll be able to chat directly with the ACE Lab decision-makers, developers, and engineers, ask them your questions and find out new data recovery techniques to raise the data and evidence recovery success rates even further.

Who. When. Where.

The ACE Lab Technology Conference is the most important and anticipated event for anybody involved in data recovery:
  • Data Recovery companies
  • Startups in the data recovery
  • Computer repair shops
  • HDD repair/data recovery engineers
  • Police departments
  • Government and law enforcement agencies
  • Digital Forensics laboratories
  • Educational centers and universities
Date: April 24, 2020
Time: 10.00 am, the attendee check-in starts at 9.30 am
Place: Cubex Centrum Praha, Na Strzi 2097/63, 140 00 Prague 4
Underground station: Pankrac, "Red" line - "C"

The nearest hotels:
Occidental Praha -
Hotel Attic -
OYA Hotel -

The conference agenda and other details will appear on our website shortly.
Can’t wait to see you in Prague!

Book your seat now!

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Technology Breakthrough: the PC-3000 Portable III is now available!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 20 January 2020 11:49 AM

ACE Lab is proud to present the result of 5 years of research and development! Meet the all-new approach to recovering data and evidence from modern storage media — the incredibly efficient and convenient tool: the PC-3000 Portable III!


The most powerful. Easy-to-use. One of a kind.
Are you ready to be one of the first?

The much anticipated hardware-software solution for on-site data and evidence recovery from logically or/and physically damaged SATA/PATA*/USB Hard Disk Drives, NVMe/SATA Solid-State Drives, and RAID is now available for purchase! The types of supported storage media devices depend on the system you choose:

  • PC-3000 Portable III System (for SATA/PATA/USB HDDs)
  • PC-3000 Portable III SSD System (for SATA/PATA/USB HDDs and NVMe/SATA SSDs)
  • PC-3000 Portable III RAID System (for SATA/PATA/USB HDDs and RAID)
  • PC-3000 Portable III Ultimate System (for SATA/PATA/USB HDDs, NVMe/SATA SSDs, and RAID)

*To deal with PATA HDD, you need to use an additional PC SATA-PATA (HDD) adapter (can be purchased optionally).

Breakthrough: M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Support! Faster and Easier Work with USB HDD/SSD/Flash drives



Hardware Write Protection                                            Logging and Reports Generation




Brand-new Standalone Mode

to create data images
with up to 500 MB/s speed

Enhanced Easy Mode

to solve simple cases quickly

High-end Full-Featured Mode

to recover as many cases of different complexity as ever possible


All information on the operating modes, other technical features, updates, and the delivery kit is HERE.



The PC-3000 Portable III has a very powerful architecture, that is planned to incorporate a decade of future research with software updates. We are very much in favour of supporting technological explorers who are the first to master new inventions. That is why the users who buy the PC-3000 Portable III until May 1, 2020, get 2 years of free Technical Support services for their PC-3000 Portable III Systems!



To order your PC-3000 Portable III System, please contact us at

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Winter Holidays Schedule 2020
Posted by Administrator ACE on 23 December 2019 12:41 PM

Dear friends!

Please note that ACE Lab Technical Support Team will be available on the special holiday schedule from December 31, 2019 till January 8, 2020.

During these days all the requests will be processed through tickets at only. Team Viewer will be available starting from the January 9, 2020.

If you haven't received your activation/*.act file from or, please send *.arf file via ticket in our Technical Support System.

Don't forget to use our Forum and Blog – you can find a lot of answers to popular questions there.

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ACE Lab Wishes You a Wonderful Holiday Season!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 20 December 2019 03:07 PM

As 2019 draws to a close, we would like to take a moment to wish everyone happy holidays and a prosperous New Year! ACE Lab highly values your continued support and is looking forward to sharing many significant accomplishments with you in the coming year.

May you have a lot of interesting data recovery cases that can be easily solved with PC-3000, plenty of satisfied clients, enough time for self-education and training, as well as a good balance between work and family.

Let the happiness and good cheer of this holiday season be yours throughout 2020!

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Every year the PC-3000 solutions are becoming increasingly significant in the digital forensics market. The point is our hardware-software products play a crucial role in evidence recovery when it comes to dealing with physical/logical damage of storage media, bypassing the password protection, and avoiding the OS influence on the drive. In short, solving the unsolvable cases when no other tools can do it!

Since law enforcement and government agencies need such capabilities, the PC-3000 tools are actively presented at many digital forensics meetings all over the world.

One such event was held by our partner Schippers IT this November. It was one of the biggest closed conferences in the Netherlands that brought together leading specialists from law enforcement agencies, government departments, and private entities, to explore new ways of getting digital evidence and share their experience with colleagues.

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