Question about Fujitsu (MHV2060AH) (50 Pack) (MHV2060AH50PK) 60 GB Hard Drive
which translates to 99+1 (get ur calculators if u want to check, its a tough one *rolls eyes*)
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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I'm assuming it hasn't been dropped or physically knocked. If it has, either or both the Hard Drive inside and the controller mechanism itself could be shock-damaged.
Similarly, overheating can damage either or both.
If it is still under Warranty, return it to the supplier.
If the Warranty has expired, open it to establish whether the Hard Drive inside is intact.
Often the damage is done to the controller board inside by the build up of poorly dissipated heat in many Hard Drive Enclosures.
You lose nothing. If the Hard Drive is either failing or damaged, you need a new Hard Drive and a better ventilated Enclosure anyway. If the Hard Drive is fine, you can carefully select and buy a new, better ventilated Enclosure for the Hard Drive, if the Enclosure is damaged but the Hard Drive fine - new Enclosure. If both Enclosure and Hard Drive are damaged, you need to replace both.
I hope this helps.
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