First make sure you follow this guide to uninstall the old version of SecureHD Login you have: http://www.techsupportlive.com/techsupport/MAC/SecureHD_Login/SecureHD_Login_(Uninstall)_User_guide_for_Mac_X.pdf
Then download and install this version of the software: http://www.techsupportlive.com/index.php?_m=downloads&_a=viewdownload&downloaditemid=60&nav=0,8
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Try a new enclosure, the case is just that. A hard drive cannot actually repaired. You cant open it and fix it. It's either reliable and functioning or not. Purchase a new enclosure and test the old drive. Data recovery should be the last option..most places charge a down payment on a car, and most of the time ( in my 12 years ) its the cheap enclosure.