Question about Maxtor Hard Drive
What do I do???
Just a note, instead of making another post, you can just reply to it and I will get back to you just as fast. Well, sorry to say, but you can't do anything to fix it yourself. The problem (sorry if you don't understand) is apparently the fact that the read/write heads for some reason don't park themselves off the platter when you turn your computer off. This causes the read/write heads to stick to the platter, and the platter cannot spin. If you have a warranty, you could sent it back, but if it has expired, then there is nothing you can do except get a new hard drive, and don't get Maxtor next time, instead get a more reliable brand like Seagate.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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