Question about Toshiba MK2035GSS 200 GB SATA Hard Drive
Sounds like the drive may be starting to die. If your comfortable with Linux you may want to try using a live cd and a tool like ddrescue to copy the drive.
Heat can cause problems with the drives as well. Sometimes cooling the drive off in the fridge before copying the data can be enough to get it off.
Also test the RocketFish adapter with another drive if possible. I have one and it works good, but it can't hurt to rule it out as well.
If the data is really important there are also data recovery centers that can get it pretty much no matter how bad off it is, but it can cost a lot of money (a few hundred to thousand depending on the hard drive state).
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Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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