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Hey, the recovering data from a damaged hard drive respond to an unwanted sound when you are trying to boot it in the process. Also it won’t respond at the time of booting as well and it’s already dead. To check the same follow below steps too:
• First try to look over the outside of the HDD if there’s any damage to it or not.
• Try replacing the cable and try again.
• Also can go with the PATA drive which helps to switch the drive pins settings as well.
• Next, try from the IDs or through other PCI controllers as well and try connecting again.
• Later can connect the drive to other computer and try it.

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The only way to recover data from a damaged hard drive is to possibly fix the error first and since the problem is with a hard drive, you need to use a disk utility software like PC Tools Performance Toolkit to fix the problem. Download and install it on your computer then in PC Tools, go to “Recovery” tab and click “Repair Drives”.

In “Repair Drive”, select “Surface Scan” to diagnose the drive physically for damaged areas and marking them as bad so they won’t be used again. Check “Perform on reboot” then select the drive you want to test. Click “Start” then “Continue” to begin checking.

Close all applications then restart the computer. After the test, log in to your account and copy all the recoverable files from the drive. If you have many files on the drive, expect that some of them are broken or damaged. Just check every recovered file and delete the damaged ones.

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