PC-3000 Flash Data Recovery Adv. - March 26 - 27 in 2020

End date
DE, 76870 Kandel, Barthelsmühlring 24

Why come?

The contents of this course differ significantly from the contents of the expert course. The program contains numerous practical exercises and tasks with minimal theoretical aspects.

Course components

Day 1
On the first day, attendees get acquainted with new data recovery techniques using some modes of the PC-3000 Flash that make preparation faster and more efficient (deleting bad bytes, page transformation, etc.)

Day 2

The second day is dedicated to solving interesting cases, demonstrating different advanced features of the PC-3000 Flash and using special instruments for data preparation.

Day 3

Students will continue solving tasks of data recovery from modern drives with modern controllers. Students will also work with a special script system and create their own scripts to solve the task. At the end of the day, students will work with healthy drives emulating different problems and trying to solve them.

Course requirements

Attendees will need to have already completed the Expert NAND course at the ACE Lab Training Centre and/or have significant experience in NAND recovery.

Qualifications attained

  • Deeper knowledge and more specialized skills in Data Recovery from NAND-based devices
  • Tips how to operate the PC-3000 Flash at a professional level and how to solve complicated cases very quickly and efficiently
  • Extras:
    1 month of FREE Technical Support for your PC-3000 Flash


All participants will receive official certification from ACELab after successfully completing the course.


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