01-18-2009 10:23 AM
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01-18-2009 08:57 PM
Anyone looking for a solution without sending their drive through the Seagate Data Recovery process, you are welcome to PM me. I am not an expert, nor will I fix the drive for you, but I will guide you in the general direction of what it takes. Some advanced computer knowledge is required, so if you are someone who has never opened up a computer before, this is not for you. I have repaired my own drive using this method and does not require any special software, but does require a few small hardware pieces and some patience.
You should be familiar with BIOS functions, Terminal functions and being able to work with powered PCB boards without electricuting yourself.
01-19-2009 01:49 AM
My Maxtor Diamondmax 22 with sn: 6QM0M5MW is not recognized by my intel raid controller on a Asus PQ5-PRO. The disk is part of a RAID 0 volume. Free data recovery would be great.
01-19-2009 07:10 AM - edited 01-19-2009 07:11 AM
hi i am a computer engineer student.so i belive i can follow your instructions.who has a solution for already dead one without requiring special equipment pls pm me.
ty very much.
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01-21-2009 01:13 PM - last edited on 01-21-2009 03:45 PM by BradC
I have lost 2 Terabytes of information!!!!
ST31000340AS 9QJ1VCZC SD15
ST31000340AS 9QJ0N1TL SD15
and 3 more 1.5 Tb drives in danger
ST31500341AS 9VS0GM45 CC1G
ST31500341AS 9VS0LD78 CC1G
ST31500341AS 9VS047LM CC1G
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