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It would cost as much to fix it, as it would be to replace it (if not more).
The hard drives in theose units are the same as any other 3 1/2" HDD in a computer.
They are sealed units.
Plus dropping it could have possibly damaged the disks in the drive, or the read/write heads.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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