Hard Drive Motor Balance Adjustment Video Training is the world’s first advanced physical data recovery training video on how to adjust the hard drive motor balance.
This video will discuss on how to adjust the motor balance for proper platter read/write by heads. Many people were talking about hdd platter alignment issue which is actually motor balance loss causing vibration after platter swap or platter clamp removal or the platter screws’ operations. In case the motor balance is lost, the hard drive motor will vibrate and the heads may read/write very slowly or impossible to read/write.
Hard Drive Motor Balance Adjustment is the most difficult part of physical data recovery, if users want to become real data recovery expert, it’s a must to have the skills to adjust the motor balance after platter swap.
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Hard Drive Motor Balance Adjustment Video Training contains two videos:
> Seagate HDD motor balance adjustment video
> WD HDD motor balance adjustment video
Users can use similar methods to adjust the motor balance for other hdd brands too, it’s the same technology.
Hard Drive Without Motor Balance after platter swap:
Hard Drive Platter Tracks after adjusting the motor balance:
After users purchased this set of hard drive motor balance adjustment video, users will get special download link. All videos will be encrypted and tied to buyers’ name and buyer’s one PC only. If you copy videos to other pc, it won’t run at all. Besides each video will be offered with one doc for better understanding. Please respect our hard work and keep them confidential as your own training materials only. Thank you in advance.
Please note: Buying or using this video doesn’t mean you can succeed in motor balance adjustment immediately and no guarantee is offered for your success. Users will take the risks of data loss by yourselves by using this video. This totally depends on your practice and skills, this video give only idea and solution working in our lab.
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