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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Generally the HDD inside the shell can handle about a 6' drop when it's off and about a 1' drop if it's active. The beep is most likely coming from one of the shell components. Take the drive to a pc store and ask the techs to move the HDD into a new shell and test it for you. Most likely it's ok and you can just buy a new shell/enclosure for it. If that doesn't work it may have been actively reading/writing when it toppled and as the drives are a lot more delicate during that process you may need the help of a recovery pro. If that's the case comment back here with your country/state/city and I'll pass on a recommendation for a nearby facility that can assist you in retrieving the files. Chris
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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