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Data Recovery Services
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Data Recovery
2005-02-02 16:44:57 UTC
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Hard drive troubles? Deleted files by mistake? Partition gone? No problem.
We can recover your data.
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Lost Files? Deleted Partitions? Damaged Files?
Floppies, hard drives, zip drives etc.
DON'T PANIC!!
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Randa
2005-02-02 16:59:31 UTC
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Post by Data Recovery
Hard drive troubles? Deleted files by mistake? Partition gone?
No
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problem. We can recover your data.
LMAO

Looks to me like you should start by recovering all the lost data
and html that is clearly missing from your website.

http://www.computerit.ca/computer.asp - HTTP 500 Internal server
error
http://www.computerit.ca/monitors.asp - Microsoft JET Database
Engine error '80004005'
http://www.computerit.ca/per.asp - HTTP 500 Internal server error
http://www.computerit.ca/acc.asp - Microsoft JET Database Engine
error '80004005'

http://www.computerit.ca/about.asp - blank
http://www.computerit.ca/service.asp - blank
http://www.computerit.ca/services.asp - MIA
http://www.computerit.ca/policy.asp - blank
http://www.computerit.ca/privacy.asp - blank


If you run your data recovery practices like you run your website,
your only customers will be the sadly misinformed.

Let me know your PO# for the invoice I will send you for this
initial evaluation of your website.
Sales
2005-02-02 23:41:51 UTC
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Post by Randa
Looks to me like you should start by recovering all the lost data
and html that is clearly missing from your website.
Sir/Ma'am,

I fail to see what a server problem has to do with the topic of which I
posted. However, I thank you for bringing that matter to my attention. I
will pass along your findings to our server people so that the issue can
be dealt with asap.
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Randa
2005-02-04 17:12:45 UTC
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Post by Sales
Post by Randa
Looks to me like you should start by recovering all the lost
data
Post by Sales
Post by Randa
and html that is clearly missing from your website.
Sir/Ma'am,
I fail to see what a server problem has to do with the topic of
which
Post by Sales
I posted.
The issues I raised reflect upon your company's image and
credibility, or lack thereof.

If you don't recognize this as being an issue ... well, ah ...
good luck out there.
Data Recovery
2005-02-04 20:18:08 UTC
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Post by Randa
The issues I raised reflect upon your company's image and
credibility, or lack thereof.
Problems do occur from time to time. I don't think that because there is a
problem with our website, this reflects badly upon us as company. When a
problem arises, and one is aware of the problem, steps can be made to ensure
that it is fixed. In this case, we are now aware of it and the person
responsible for fixing it, has been notified. Had you not mentioned it, we
might not have known.

At any rate, your open response was completely out of line. You could have
simply sent an email message with your inquiry or comments. Instead, you
chose an unprofessional way of doing it.

Thank you again for your input.
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Computer Data Recovery
Lost Files? Deleted Partitions? Damaged Files?
Floppies, hard drives, zip drives etc.
DON'T PANIC!!
(780)436-6866

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Bart Oleksy
2005-02-04 20:25:11 UTC
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Post by Data Recovery
Post by Randa
The issues I raised reflect upon your company's image and
credibility, or lack thereof.
Problems do occur from time to time. I don't think that because there is a
problem with our website, this reflects badly upon us as company. When a
problem arises, and one is aware of the problem, steps can be made to ensure
that it is fixed. In this case, we are now aware of it and the person
responsible for fixing it, has been notified. Had you not mentioned it, we
might not have known.
At any rate, your open response was completely out of line. You could have
simply sent an email message with your inquiry or comments. Instead, you
chose an unprofessional way of doing it.
You're obviously new around here... ;-)
Paul
2005-02-04 21:00:56 UTC
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hehehe
Really!
And BTW
Try "getdataback" ( http://www.runtime.org/ ) before sending your drive
away.
Post by Bart Oleksy
Post by Data Recovery
Post by Randa
The issues I raised reflect upon your company's image and
credibility, or lack thereof.
Problems do occur from time to time. I don't think that because there is a
problem with our website, this reflects badly upon us as company. When a
problem arises, and one is aware of the problem, steps can be made to ensure
that it is fixed. In this case, we are now aware of it and the person
responsible for fixing it, has been notified. Had you not mentioned it, we
might not have known.
At any rate, your open response was completely out of line. You could have
simply sent an email message with your inquiry or comments. Instead, you
chose an unprofessional way of doing it.
You're obviously new around here... ;-)
Mike
2005-02-05 03:46:45 UTC
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Post by Bart Oleksy
You're obviously new around here... ;-)
ROFL!!

Mike
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