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No Power to my Seagate FreeAgent Pro 500GB

Accidentally plugged the laptop power to my Seagate FreeAgent Pro 500GB and just found out that they have different voltage setting, now my Seagate no longer powers up. I've put all my very important files... what should I do? What is the best way to save my data?

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HI I AM SHAHBAZ GILL FROM GREECE ..I HAVE PROBLEM FOR THIS .PLZZ HELP ME................ Seagate free agent desktop 500 gb........ directory is corruted ..

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I think you screw yourself... you have just burn your files

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