I have a hard drive with valuable information on it, but I can't seem to access it—the drive is either damaged or erased. Is there any way I can see what's on the drive and get it off?
Don't worry, we're not going to ask where you got the drive, but there are plenty of ways to examine it and see if any of the data is recoverable. With a little time, the right tools, and some care, you may be able to get some data off of that drive..."
Wednesday, June 08, 2016
How Can I Recover Data from a Dead or Erased Hard Drive? - A Short and Sweet Lifehacker Article
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