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Old 1st June 2010, 13:55
amonaraize amonaraize is offline
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Default Problems with harddisc

Buy a new drive A.S.A.P. and transfer the data.! The old drive is failing. You are correct in that the actuator arm and the control mechanism that tells the arm what to do are damaged. This is the first sign of a failing drive. You can have a specialist recover the data (at a very high price) after the drive stops working but get a new drive NOW and try to transfer what you can...
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