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July 20, 2005

A-FF Data Recovery, an innovative HDD research and hard disk drive recovery software developing company, leader in remote hard drive recovery technologies, is excited to announce reaching its second anniversary which marked company's fast-paced and productive development and proved of taking a stable progressive place in the new field of remote HDD recovery services on the global scale.

The company was founded in 2003 by the team of HDD research professionals and data recovery specialists to meet the modern technology demands in easy accessible, prompt and the most up-to-date services in the data recovery field. "Our clients enjoy the simple and fool-proof way of getting their hard drive recovered in just minutes while being at any place in the world and having no worries even about putting the cup of coffee aside", said Alec Eschmann, executive manager of A-FF Data Recovery.

A-FF is proud to result the first two years with the greatest top company's project - the A-FF Repair Station, a powerful operator-free system which performs remote recovery of drives with firmware area problems. The A-FF Drive Info, a freeware tool, allows doing basic diagnostics of a hard drive.

A-FF Repair Station is the fastest and at the same time the most inexpensive automatic hard drive recovery service today, developed for the recovery of drives with firmware area (which is also known as "Engineering Area" or "Vendor Track") damage, and for unlocking the drives locked with ATA passwords. The whole recovery process is done automatically without involving an operator's action and takes a few minutes.

A-FF services have been highly recognized worldwide by the data recovery companies as well as individual customers.

About A-FF Data Recovery:
A-FF is the world's leading provider of remote hard drive recovery solutions. Its services are based on a new operator-free technology which was developed to meet high standards of hard drive failure detection and recovery. For more information, visit

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