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My daughter is in Australia and has just accidentally reformatted her external hard drive. She had it connected to TV to record something. She thought it was her boyfriend's connected. It said Not compatible and asked if she wanted to reformat so she said Yes. Is all lost? She is actually having a complete panic attack on the other side of the world because all of her travel photos are on it and she is in bits. Can you help?
We have a failed drive on one of our laptops it holds important information, ive tried accessing it several ways to extract the information but nothing detects the drive at all could you please give me a price for recovery
Western Digital My Passport Ultra 1Gb 2 year old son knocked off it off table onto carpeted floor. Assumed it would be OK – plugged it into Linux on laptop – hd led light on and then started beeping – 3 beeps, 3 beeps and 9 beeps for a couple of minutes and stops, activity light stays on. lsusb command on Linux sees hard drive but it can't be mounted. HD has wedding photos on and large film archive I'd like to recover. Approx – 500Gb used.
My 500GB sold state WD external HD dosn't show up anymore on my Mac desktop. I would like to know how would it cost to repair.
When i plug the hard drive into my laptop it does not connect. I can hear the disc inside the device turning within the drive itself the device is the Seagate Expansion 2TB USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 inch External Hard Drive.
I plugged my external hard drive into a new laptop and accidentally deleted all files.
We appear to have a failed HDU from a users laptop and we require some email archive's recovering from it please if possible.
Samsung 128gb micro sdxc card seems completely dead. I've tried it in a few machines and it's not recognised by any of them.
The Harddrive is click when powered up8rpn. Not decteding and scratches on platter
I have a 2TB Expansion Portable hard drive from Seagate. Several months ago the port on the drive came loose, so I superglued it so that it was no longer loose. This was fine until a couple of weeks ago when it came loose again and so I superglued it again. Unfortunately I think I have superglued it incorrectly as I can no longer connect it to my laptop and neither my laptop nor the hard drive register that it has been plugged in. Please help me :(