Posted 02 February 2008 - 08:26 AM
Were you having problems with the computer before you tried to recover the data? Could it be that the hard drive is dying/dead? If so, repeated accesses will lessen the chance of a successful recovery.
Is the drive recognized in the BIOS when you boot up (with it plugged into the USB port)? If so, have you tried running a diagnostic (usually free) from the hard drive manufacturer's website?
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