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My freeagentpro 1TB was accidently knocked over when backing up. Now the computer doesn't recognise it, and the hard drive makes a strange noise.

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IM SORRY MAN BUT UR HDD HAS MESSED UP IF U HAVE THE WARANTEE SEND IT IN AND THEY WILL REPLACE IT WITH NEW ONE. IT HAPPENED TO ME TOO DESAPOINTED

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