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Broken HD is more likely to be broken and not fixable. However if it's under warranty try contacting the name of the HD and let them know that it's not working anymore.
They can fix the disc or componant that's having a problem. There's nothing much you can do except the manuafacturer that can own it. :))))

Posted on Sep 07, 2009


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