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200 ways to revive a hard drive
This is a situation that every tech support person has faced or will face at least once: a failed hard drive. In this particular case, a user was getting errors like "disk 0 error" and "invalid drive specification." Here were the other facts in the case: • The data wasn't backed up. • The problem came out of nowhere. • The user had accessed Setup and tried tomanually enter the settings for the drive type when "Auto" didn't work. • There was no startup disk made by this machine. Reviving a drive like that one—even if only long enough to copy its data before you throw the drive in the garbage—is a tough challenge.
When this document was first compiled back in 2001 data recovery was (and still is for many) a very expensive option. While the Freeze it, Hitit, and Drop it options are still experimented with by some, the current size and sensitivity of the newer larger hard drives makes these options extremely risky and definitely NOT recommended for hard drives with a capacity that’s greater than 1 gig. And even then some of the operation suggested here should be approached with caution. Getting it wrong by trying to save some money will only end upcosting you more if you then decide to pass on your hard drive to a data recovery company...

If your hard drive does work and you are attempting to recover a FAT or NTFS file system, then this FREE step by step guide could help you get back your lost files.
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How to revive ahard drive
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When this document was first produced back in 2001 data recovery was (and still is for many) a very expensive option. While the Freeze it, Hit it, and Drop it options are still employed by some, the current size and sensitivity of the newer larger hard drives makes these options extremely risky anddefinitely NOT recommended for hard drives with a capacity that’s greater than 1 gig. And even then some of the operation suggested here should be approached with caution. Getting it wrong by trying to save some money will only end up costing you more if you then decide to pass on your hard drive to a data recovery company... There are, broadly speaking three classes of data recovery, Logical, Electronic,and Physical. • Logical Where the FAT, NTFS or other file structure has been corrupted either by accident or on purpose or individual filed or folders have gone missing. The hard drive has not suffered damage to the components of the hard drive itself. • Electronic Component failure on the PCB (the circuit board on the bottom of the hard drive) in the motor or internally. • Physical Internaldamage to the hard drive, damaged platters, head crashes, damage to the motor, or head rack signal amplifier. You need a clean room and plenty of experience to have any chance of a successful outcome here. Logical recoveries are becoming an affordable option for those people who are familiar with the risks involved with data recovery. Software tools that are now available for this task vary greatly...
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