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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The answer to that would be getting seagate connected with a ps3 to get all ur files back. Ps3 is formated to read seagate
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
First, extract all data that you have on the hard-drive, while you still can.
Seagate's web-site suggests that you first download and run Seagate's "Drive Fitness Tool", which exercises the disk-drive, and produces a "fitness" report. If it fails, then delete all your "private" files, and either take the drive back to the retail location where you bought it, or get an RMA (Return Materials Authorization) from Seagate, to get permission from Seagate to return the drive to them, for them to analyze the disk, and probably replace it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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