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My HDD has seen in BIOS but it can't read data

Pls. Help me My HDD can seen by BIOS but it can't read data therefore it motor still spin and hear cracking noise together. Can u help me? I use Samsumg SP0411N 40 GB 7200 rpm. sp0411n

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Your hard disk is failing try to do a clean reformat of your HDD

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Providing you don't need any data on it. You can run a HDD test to help determine the problem. More then likely you have a bad read head/armature/motor/spindle plate/driver board. If you hear no sounds at all and it doesn't seem that drive is spinning at all.. a good chance it's the driver board gone bad. If you hear a scraping or clicking noise then it could be that armature/read head. In any case unless you need data recovered it's usually not worth fixing. It's highly recommended to backup all your data periodically. Running used drives on a desktop system, in a RAID configuration is always a good cheap choice that has data reliability.. if one drive fails simply replace it with another cheap used drive.. and since the drives are mirrored no data should be lost. If you want to continue to test it with a HDD program that can check the S.M.A.R.T feature of the HDD and other attributes.. it can give you a lot of information about what might be wrong.. if any major errors are found (large amount of bad sectors, etc.) it's not recommended to continue using the drive as the risk for future failures will be extremely high even if you manage to get it formatted.

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  • the spindle motor is weak or defective. This might be of additional information.
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Turn your computer off.
Disconnect the power cord.
Disconnect all other disk-drives and CD/DVD drives, leaving only the "suspect" drive connected.
Restart your computer, and enter BIOS SETUP, and see if the drive is detected, and how it is connected (primary/secondary, master/slave).

Read the model-number and serial-number and manufacture-date on the disk's label,
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If the warranty is valid, Seagate will replace the drive, at minimal cost to you.

Search online for a professional "data recovery service". For a significant fee, they can repair your disk-drive, just long-enough to copy your files to a new disk-drive.

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1, switch off computer
2. remove side (usually two screws on the back held it)
3. remove and then re-insert power cable from hdd
4. remove and re-insert data cable, from hdd as well as from m/b
5. start computer and hold your fingers on the top of the affected hdd, if you feel vibrations, this meant that driver is spinning and therefore rescue can be attempted at home.
6. research and purchase hdd recovery software, follow it's instruction and save data on another medium, be it another hdd or cd's dvd's.

if there is no spin, recovery is still possible but in specialist lab and will cost more money....

always back-up your data, second hdd is much cheaper than data recovery from existing one...

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Instead of performing surgery on the hard drive, I'd suggest an alternate solution... Download the "Get Data Back" program from www.runtime.org; there is a version for drives using the FAT32 format, and a version for drives using the NTFS format, so be sure you download the correct version for your 300GB HDD... GDB can NOT help you if the HDD is PHYSICALLY damaged; the clicking noise you've mentioned COULD mean that the drive is beginning to fail, though you might STILL be able to retrieve the data on the drive with GDB before the drive fails completely... The "Get Data Back" program is FREE to use; you will ONLY have to pay for it AFTER you know if it can retrieve any files for you. It will create a bootable floppy disk that can read ANY functional hard drive, whether or not the drive is detected or recognized by a system BIOS. Again, GDB can NOT read data from a physically defective HDD, but as long as the drive is functional, GDB will show you all the files it CAN retrieve... Once you pay for the program and enter the activation code, GBD will copy any files it has recovered to the new HDD. Keep in mind that GBD works on ANY functional HDD; GDB does NOT require the drive to be recognized by the motherboard BIOS, and does NOT require ANY operating system to be installed on the drive. GDB is self-booting; as long as the drive can spin up without disintegrating, GDB will provide a list of any recoverable files it locates on the drive. GDB works even if the File Allocation Table (for FAT32) or Master File Table (for NTFS) is corrupted or missing, so as long as the drive is readable, you have NOTHING to lose by trying to recover your data with GDB... The website is very informative, and if you have any questions not covered by the FAQ, you can call Runtime and speak to someone in Tech Support (the phone number is listed on the main webpage). If GDB can recover your files, you will be able to copy your data to your new HDD WITHOUT performing HDD brain-surgery, and WITHOUT voiding the warranty on your new HDD... If GDB can NOT recover your old files, you'll know that the old HDD is physically damaged, and you'll be no worse off than you are right now... remember that GDB is FREE to use until you KNOW for certain that it can recover your data. If GetDataBack DOESN'T work, you don't pay a dime for it; if it DOES work, you'll never want to be without it again...

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