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oh dear it sounds like the hard drive may of failed.
The clicking is generally the head hitting the end stop.
In the past I have managed to recover drives just long enough by sticking them in the freezer for 24 hours, taking it out and hooking it back up an hour or so later.
Or the drop fix occasionaly works, drop the disk in a flat surface from a couple of feet high.
If you try either of these its entirely at your own risk but failing sending it off to a data recovery house theres not really much you can do I am afraid.
Sorry I couldnt of been more help
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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