12-15-2009 08:29 AM - last edited on 01-06-2013 11:24 AM by MrMatthew
Hi Moderator / forum users / friends,
I am new to this forum. am having a Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500 Gigabytes of HDD (OEM) and it is still in warranty period. But Just today It gone dead. It is not being detected by my WinXP and Its not showing in CMOS also. But I've nearly 200 GB of Imp data (Mostly Videos and project files etc. - As am a 3D Graphics student), I want it to be recovered in India - Hyderabad. Please some one point me in the right direction. How much does it cost to recover the whole 500GB and 200GB ( in India )
It was working normally in the morning. But when I switched on my computer in the afternoon... It was not being detected. But nothing happened. It didn't gave any burn smell, or any sound. So I believe still my data is alive on the platters and 100% recovery is possible. As these are Seagate HDDs and they should be knowing well about their products data writing formats and all. So am expecting 100% recovery at a reasonable Low price. As it is not difficult in my Case.
Details of HDD are as follows
S/N: [Edited: Removed personal information per the community rules and regulations.]
P/N: 9BX134 - 100
Please... Can anyone give me the Hyderabad or Secunderabad (INDIA) customercare/service Number TOO
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12-15-2009 01:41 PM - edited 12-15-2009 01:43 PM
12-15-2009 06:53 PM
There ya go me old chutney.
12-16-2009 01:59 PM
It may be helpful to check this thread as well:
Although, as you are in India I would be wary (there seems to be some issues mentioned in the thread I mentioned).
12-17-2009 05:07 AM - edited 12-17-2009 05:17 AM
12-17-2009 03:32 PM
12-17-2009 06:19 PM - edited 12-17-2009 06:21 PM
I didn't bought that cable yet, am waiting for the replies here.
I found some thing else here
Suggest me one good Bridge.
12-17-2009 08:11 PM
12-18-2009 09:53 AM
Arun kumar wrote:
According to the serial number checker (see http://seagate.custkb.com/seagate/crm/selfservice/
If this is the BSY bug, Seagate should be willing to fix your drive and return it WITH your original data. Note: this is not the usual RMA process; normal RMA involves a replacement drive and your data would be lost. Be sure to ask for this special procedure.
Please do post back with how this turns out. Good luck!