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Recovering data from a dead hard drive


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Is it time to drop it or is there something else to try first?
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other than sitting there with the drive setup as a slave, or perhaps in a usb enclosure and powering it up and down, I'd say it's a doorstop
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What do you mean by a USB enclosure?
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something like this
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817173007
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Cool! Thanks for all of your help so far. I'll give it a shot. :whistling:
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