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#1 vikram kdas

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Posted 27 July 2015 - 04:37 PM

i have 2 qus,
1.if a hard drive internally damaged and it not shows when insert it disk drive 0 the file can recover from it?
2. All the files of hard drive corrupted or 1tb hardrive shows 200 gb then the corrupted files can recover

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Posted 27 July 2015 - 04:50 PM

1.  No. If the drive has failed mechanically, the disks must be removed in a clean room, run independently, and the data recovered. Mucho $$$.

2.  "All the files of hard drive corrupted"  ... if the files are digitally damaged, they cannot be recovered. If you break a window but still have the broken glass, can you fix the window?  no.

     "1tb HDD shows 200 gb then the corrupted files can recover"  ...not if they are corrupted. If the drive has not failed mechanically, and the files are not corrupted, you may be able to recover them by slaving the HDD to a good computer and finding the files in Explore. Or use a Linux Distro, there are many.      

Edited by ranchhand_, 27 July 2015 - 04:51 PM.

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