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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by macboy13, Oct 24, 2011.
Well, it sure stopped the clicking...
Last time I had a clicking HD I threw it out the window of my third story apartment. Definitely fixed the clicking
This reminded me of this
I thought one shouldn't open the hard drive cover as the disk was spinning in vacuum and it would get irreparably damaged once open in air?
I think that became a moot point once he took a wrench to the platters.
No, just a "clean" room is required, and a duplicate drive.
This allows data recovery services to switch the platter from a dead drive to a good one.
honestly it wasn't me
I want my 57 seconds back.
Thats not a fail. A fail would imply he is actually attempting to fix a problem and "failed" in the process, normally with a comical outcome. This was just plain stupid.
Agree I was hoping it was going to shock him or something while he seriously tried to repair it.
My HD has started clicking after watching this video :/
mine has stopped doing it. wise drive.....
Why the HDD started clicking? So far, my HDDs havent done that, been running over 4 years.
It's a crap shoot.
Not enough memory causes 'thrashing', to move data back and forth.
This adds many extra cycles to the read-write heads.
Hi-bred drives would make this less likely. Straight-out SSD's would finally make this a thing of the past.
sorry bout that
lolz i agree it makes me think of it