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Old 5th August 2006, 12:47   #1
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How to fix a dead hard drive

The first thing is that in his view, about 85% of the dead drives are due to software, not hardware. This can be fixed with a bunch of tools, mounting in a different OS, using a LiveCD, or simply trying it in a different version of the OS itself. There are tons of tools, ranging from really expensive to free to help you here, try them all if you need to.
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If you're realy bored or realy desperate: 200 ways to fix a hdd:

(I've read it quickly, seems rahter useless, but it might be worth trying)
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