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How to recover data from a hard drive (stuck heads: buzzing, clicking, etc)

Discussion in 'Videos' started by phototec, Jun 22, 2014.

  1. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    Does your hard drive make a buzzing noise when you turn it on? Or does make a clicking noise or not spin up?

    This video will show you to fix this fairly common problem.

    [video=youtube;F5Y7BniaRXg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5Y7BniaRXg[/video]

    Good luck!
     
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  2. legacyborn

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    O.O
     
  3. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    If only the IRS had seen this they'd be in so much less trouble.

    wayne k
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  4. visual800

    visual800 Very Active Member

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    I see no video
     
  5. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    No, that's not it, the IRS is under investigation for targeting Tea Party groups, and when they were asked to produce emails from the person who authorized the targeting, all of the sudden the IRS
    tells Congress that a total of eight employees whose emails are sought in the congressional investigation experienced computer crashes, resulting in an unknown amount of lost data.



    [video=youtube;Jm3zV1pCTQ8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm3zV1pCTQ8[/video]



     
  6. David Wright

    David Wright Active Member

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    Sounds totally reasonable, right?
     
  7. 96XP

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    Excellent post. Have tossed many away out of frustration in years past.
    On a side note, I have had 50/50 success putting them in a zip lock bag, then into the freezer for an hour. Have bought enough time doing this method to dump data to a fresh drive. Have even had a bag of ice over top to keep it cool during transfers while I sip on a beer ;)
     
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