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That does not sound good. If it is clicking then the read head is damaged or the platter motor is damaged. You could try dis-assembling the case and removing the drive. Then install the drive into a PC and see if the information is viewable on the drive. If you have very important information on the drive it can be recovered but would require you to send it to a company like this http://harddriverecoveryca.com/?gclid=CIPEzPS34J8CFQ-lagodM2zBHA
They will carefully dis-assemble the drive, remove the platters, and recover the information for a fee. This service can be expensive so you would nees to call and find out the exact cost. Let me know if you have any more questions.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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