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Many times that approach can be used even for hardware-related problems, for example, when the hard drive is getting flaky, but it's not broken yet. • It is a lot easier to prepare yourself for the broken hard drive, but to really motivate yourself for any preventive steps, you'd have to answer the question: would I be still OK if my hard drive crashes today? Also, how much time do I want to spent for a data and/or system recovery? • Over years, I was developing many different methods of data recovery and backup, therefore the following is the fastest and probably the most reliable method of doing so.
If I can see the files and directories, I can then either slave a driveor put another master on a 2nd controller, and then copy data to the drive or to a formatted a:\disk. From:Bryan J. ” • First, get physical access to being able to see the disk drive and then use some type of diagnostic utility (off a boot floppy) to see if the drive is even recognized. • If there are no lights on the controller and the diagnostics do not identify a valid drive, then you can usually recover quite easily. • Get yourself another identical disk (with no important data on it) and swap the controllers.
After completing the drive clone, work with the drive that you cloned and not the original drive. You can use a program called On The Wire or Drive Wizard. These programs will attempt to rebuild the various different aspects of the drive, FAT tables, Directory Structures, Files Structure etc. In most cases, you can at least get enough of the drive back to get to that important data, and never risk the original drive. From:Tim Danner • Make sure you put the drive type back to Auto in the CMOS. Then listen to hear if the drive is even spinning up.
200 ways to revive a hard drive