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Old 22nd February 2006, 12:29   #1
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Why You Should Not Attempt a Hardware "Do It Yourself" Data Recovery

Many people do not understand the delicacy of the internal components of a hard drive. A hard drive should never be opened unless in a clean room environment. Inside the drive, there are platters which hold the data. These platters are made of either light aluminum alloy, glass or ceramic and are coated with a magnetizable substance.
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