Question about Dell OptiPlex GX110 PC Desktop
Well not really, the only chance you would have is to A: Get an NEW, EXACTLY the same Hard Drive, remove the electronics board and replace it for the bad one, NOTE This will ONLY work, if the Controller board, ONLY, is damaged, NOT if the drive internals have failed. If that happens then it is option b. B: Send it back to the manufacturer and pay them to recover it. They can take the Platter(s) out and put them in a new drive or simply copy the data off and put on a new one, this is pretty expensive, but if the data is worth it then that's your only option.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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