Question about Seagate (9Y7275557) 400 GB Hard Drive
I used my ext. hard drive to put all of my cd's on. then when I bought a few more cd's I wanted to put them on my hard drive.
When I power it up a blue light will appear. But when I try now nothing happens.
I think I feel it moving inside but not 100 % sure.
Can this be fixed ? Do I need to take it somewhere?
Well what happened to it? if it fell then chances are that you will not be able to fix it, due to the fact that harddrives have a shock or Gforce limit should a shock exceed that limit that the internal components will get damaged. getting it fixed is possible but will cost a small fortune due to the equipment necessary there are places where you can get it fixed. where about are you located?
Posted on May 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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