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If we're talking about an external Western Digital hard drive that you believe is damaged from overheating. There is little that can be done. You can pull it from the external drive enclosure and attempt to connect it directly into a computer to discern if it is the drive or the drive caddy that has failed. If you determine it is the hard drive then you can send the drive to a data recovery house. This is very costly so be warned. -Ravi Shanghavi
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Jan 10, 2015 | RARLAB WinRAR
damage of hard disk of a Window operating system enabled computer or
of any storage media such as pen drive, ZIP drive, etc is the common
problem that is faced by the users. But the solution for this is
quite uncommon, that is, the software Kernel
for FAT - NTFS - Windows Disk Recovery
which recovers data loss due to any problem. For more info visit http://www.recoveryfiles.net
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