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I have a seagate hard drive that has crashed. i have opened the hard drive and the platters do spin. the head just moves back and forth not covering the entire surface of the platter.the head just CLICKS BACK AND FORTH.the hard drive is not being picked up by my notebook or even by my desktop if i use it as an external drive.will it be possible to recover my data and if so how can i do this?
If your PC can detect the harddrive as an external drive there is a possibility to recover your files. try using stellar-phoenix, download it at www.warungplus.com, register first then you can use their search facility to browse files. I am using stellar-phoenix for a long time, it works well. Good luck
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