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Frank White

repairing harddrives

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my harddrive is not workin anymore on my other lappy

how do i repair it or recoever the files on it?

swear one of u lot do dis

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Is it not booting up on your lappy or just giving an error message when switched on?

Solution:

Get the hard drive out

Buy an enclosure 2.5

Put the hard drive in.

Use as an external drive and get your data off (drag & drop)

If its ticking bad and nothing is showing.

Then boy.. your are officially f*cked.

It can still be recovered but it needs some professional hands and they charge alot of money for it.

If it still spinning with no ticks but just error (asking you to reformat).

That could still be recovered

There are ways to recover it back.

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yeh its proper f*cked and ticking and sh*t

how much would it cost

im willing to pay whatever - alot of important documents on there

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I don't do it personally..

but FROM WHAT I HEARD IS THEY CHARGE PER GIG.LIKE A POUND PER GIG.

SO IIF ITS 1TB THATS will cost you a bag..

try these lot tho

http://www.dataclinic.co.uk/

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Is your HDD or memory lol

TTKK

:ghost:

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There are various software that are capable of retrieving data on a hard drive/flash memory even after being formatted, just have a field day on Warez-bb.

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yeah i dropped mine ones and just started to tick. was 320g and was told £300 to recover, and might only be able to get 15% of what was on it.

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What drives you lot got? I once dropped my 1TB WD, yet all my media files are working fine.

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