Western Digital RAID arrays recovered recently in Data-R-US. Problems we solved!

WESTERN DIGITAL WDH2U20000 My Book Mirror Edition RAID 2TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDH2U10000 My Book Mirror Edition RAID 1TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDH2Q20000 My Book Studio Edition II RAID 2TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDH2Q10000 My Book Studio Edition II RAID 1TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDG2NC20000 My Book World Edition II RAID 2TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDG2NC15000 My Book World Edition II RAID 1.5TB
WESTERN DIGITAL WDG2NC10000 My Book World Edition II RAID 1TB

Data-R-US Recent Data Recoveries ...

Western Digital WD1600JB-75GVA0
I was transferring images across the network to the drive and then got a blue screen error. On reboot the drive did not appear and could not be found. Got the clicking noise form the drive every few seconds. On reboot-drive not found and not recognized in BIOS.
Dear Sirs, Thank you for saving my data, your great work is much appreciated. I think I could not be asking for more, just flawless in any way. Thanks a lot, BruceBruce B. Old Bethpage, NY USA

My computer is not able to detect my WD 1TB disk. I tried the ACHI mode and the hard drive still did not show up. CD-drive is working though and I've tried all the cable switching, but nothing changed, it won't show up on BIOS. The fact that the hard drive seems to spin up when I plugged it in and the spot on the CMOS screen where it should have shown up was blank, lead me to believe that there is something going on in the HDD. Technician said that his diagnostic tools for hard drives could not detect this drive.
I have checked many of retrieved files. They are good, no corrupt ones.Washington District of Columbia

Western Digital WD1200BB-18CAA0
Below are the headings and summaries of reports on two Western Digital drives, one a 120 GB drive and one an 80 GB drive that I gave to a firm in Baltimore to see if they could recover some of the files for my daughter. This firm wants $1900/drive to recover these files. This seems a bit high as the drives do not seem to be physically damaged in that the directory structure seems to be intact and all of the files are listed as 'Good' and do not have to be 'repaired.' In addition, I only want to recover two or three folders from each of these drives, things like My Documents, My Music, and the Identities folder that contains the Outlook Express email files. I can't afford to recover the data on these drives at anything near the price that the Baltimore firm wants. What do you think? Would it be worth sending these drives to you for recovery after I retrieve them from Baltimore? These drives were damaged when I tried to plug the power cable into a DVD drive while the computer was running.
Thank you for your efforts and reliable services; great value for money too!! All the best, George H. B.DMC Software, Inc. Grand Blanc, Michigan USA