Yeah, I sorta degaussed my Hard drive on accident. I had this magnet about the size of an iPhone, and swiped it over my hard drive. Computer immediately turned off, I turned it on again. Gave me a the gray screen, but with no Apple logo behind it. So... No Mac OS X. Fortunately though, I got lucky. After leaving my MacBook Pro on for about 15 minutes, it booted into Boot Camp. This is on the same hard disk, but different partition. This leads me to believe that my hard disk is not damaged that bad, and perhaps data recovery off of my Mac partition is possible. This morning, I could still see all the folders on my Macintosh partition, and even opened an empty one. I clicked on my /Applications folder though, and my hard drive started making a very disturbing clicking sound that wouldn't stop. I held down the power button, and shut it off. Now, I can no longer open my Mac partition. When I try, it gives me a "cyclic" disk error. Is there any chance I can still recover this hard drive, after being degaussed? The magnet was passed by it for one second at most, because I just wanted to test it. Being the idiot I am, I didn't backup any of my data, and some of it is actually valuable. Any insight is appreciated. Thanks.