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You don't mention if there is any clicking coming from the drive - so I'll suggest this...
Crack open the enclosure and remove the drive (this will void your warranty,) find matching I/O and PWR cables and just connect the drive to your Mac. If you hear clicking - then your dive is mucked up. If you can READ from the drive, the enclosure has an issue and should be addressed to the manufacturer for replacement.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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