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The hitachi external hard drive was accidently unplugged when I was copying files on it. It now makes several beeping noises and clicking noises when plugged in and is not recognized by my computer.

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It sounds as your hard drive has a logical failure. To remedy this download the EASEUS Partition Manager Free, and run a partition recovery or partition repair. Hopefully, the unplug of the hard drive did not cause any mechanical defects and you will be able to fix the logical/software issue with Easeus.

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