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Toshiba 2.5-inch SATA MK3275GSX HDD2L04 320 Gb Laptop Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery For Toshiba 2.5-inch SATA MK3275GSX HDD2L04 320G
Family: 2.5-inch SATA
Capacity: 320 GB
625,142,448 LBA size in 512-byte sectors
Part Number/Code HDD2L04
Model: MK3275GSX

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2.5-inch SATA MK3275GSX HDD2L04 320 Gb Laptop Hard Drive
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MK3021GAS Problem:
Failure Symptoms: The drive has a noisy bearing resulting in the operating system NOT being able to see the Hard Drive as a D Drive in another PC. It was booting in Windows XP just prior to the failure but it takes a LONG time to boot if it boots at all. When the drive is made a D Drive, it may actually fail due to the speed of the motor slowing down as the bearings heat up and increase the friction.
Thank you very much for your services. All data are just fine. Regards, Jeff M. NCR WATERLOO Jeff M./Client Support Waterloo, Ontario Canada

 

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