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Take the hard drive out if the DVR or what ever it is you want to retrieve the data off of and order a hard drive enclosure if the cable is small and looks like this:http://members.lotterypost.com/todd/images/blog/Sata_Cable.gif
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Can I retrieve data from a non-working hard drive?


There are people who can retrieve data from dead hard drives but it can be costly so get quotes first-- look in the phone book
other than that the data is long gone

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DAMAGED HARD DRIVE - DATA RECOVERY

Data recovery from faulty hard drives is difficult and can be costly. There is no guarentee that you can recover data from a faulty hard drive.
If the hard drive makes a clicking noise the the hard drive is dead.

First thing to try, is to remove the damaged hard drive and connect it to an USB hard drive adapter and then plug this adapter into a working computer's USB port. If this computer sees this hard drive as an USB mass storage device (external hard drive) and you can open the various folders and files, then I would backup your data.
If the hard drive is not detected then the hard drive is dead and data cannot be retrieved with this method.

Retrieving data from damaged hard disk is possible. There are companies that can remove the disk platters from the damaged hard drive and with special equipment may be able to recover your data, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for their services. The reason for this high cost, they dismantle and remove the platters in the hard drive in a clean room environment and set up the platters up in jig/drive to retrieve/copy the data.

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Retrieve Hard Drive Data External Hard Drive


click start right click on my computer you should see your drive select properties click tools check now tick both boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery on any bad sectors then select check now

start should schedule this task when restart if this is the hard drive with your operating system on it
i have found the best results ticking one box and wait until its finished then return and tick the other box
do not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input may damage your computer
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there are many freeware data recovery programs available on the internet and many pay data recovery programs
http://download.cnet.com/easeus-data-recovery-wizard/3000-2248_4-75184619.html

http://download.cnet.com/pandora-recovery/3000-2094_4-10694796.html

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If the HDD has failed you can't retrieve the data off the failed drive. You can send the HDD into a data recovery company and they will read the disk in the drive and put the info on DVD and sent it to you, but that is the only way. The service is quite expensive. Just do a google search for failed hard drive data recovery.

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I dropped my fantom 500GB external hard drive (#TBD500C16). Now it no longer is visible on MyComputer... It makes some humming noises for a minute or so,,, then becomes silent. Is there anyway to...


The hard drive is faulty and we mortals cannot retrieve data from a faulty hard drive.
There are companies that can retrieve data from a faulty hard drive BUT it will cost you an arm and a leg for their services.
If future with these external hard drives, it pays to have a second one so you can back up your data on the second hard drive in case the first hard drive becomes faulty.

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Retrieving data fromdamaged hard disk is possible. There are companies that can remove the diskplatters from the damaged hard drive and with special equipment may beable to recover your data, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for theirservices. The reason for this high cost, they dismantle and remove the plattersin the hard drive in a clean room environment and set up the platters up injig/drive to retrieve/copy the data. First thing I would try isto remove the damaged hard drive and connect it to an USB hard drive adapterand then plug this adapter into a working computer's USB port. If thiscomputer sees this hard drive as an external hard drive and you can open thevarious folders and files, then I would backup your data. If the hard drive is notdetected then the hard drive is dead and data cannot be retrieved with thismethod.

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Our Hard drive is failing due to reported mechanical error ---- not software problems. Two companies have been unable to retrieve vital scientific data and a third company has stated it is impossible to...


There is not much you can do except try some other data recovery companies.
If your data is very important, in future you should consider doing data backups on a daily basis and/or build a fail safe computer or server system using RAID hard drives configured as a mirrored hard drives or a RAID 5 system with hot swappable hard drives. Also consider installing a UPS (uninterruptable power supply) to prevent a computer and server shutting down from power outages as this can will corrupt your data.
I hope you will take this advice seriously.

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I want to retrieve data from an old 50-pin hd from my old mac. Anybody got a solution?


There are two ways of retrieving data from a SCSI hard drive.
1. Connect the SCSI hard drive to a different SCSI connector on the same data cable, make sure this hard drive has a different SCSI ID from the first hard drive or other SCSI devices in your system. When you boot up your MAC you should see the second SCSI hard drive, You can then copy off your data or remove the redundant files and keep the old hard drive in your system as a 2nd hard drive.
2. Connect the old SCSI hard drive to a SCSI USB hard drive adapter. Then connect it to the USB port on the MAC and you should see this as an external hard drive.

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Yes, the data is on the hard drive. You can retrieve it by putting it in another pc as a slave drive or you can purchase an external hard drive case and retrieve it that way.

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