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Hard Drive Disk Repair


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    hard drive
  • A hard disk drive (hard disk, hard drive, HDD) is a non-volatile storage device for digital data. It features one or more rotating rigid platters on a motor-driven spindle within a metal case. Data is encoded magnetically by read/write heads that float on a cushion of air above the platters.
  • Hard Drive is the debut album from York rock band The Sorry Kisses, which was released on April 28, 2008. The album has been created as an outlet for Hayley Hutchinson's louder songs, which contrast with her usual acoustic style.
  • A high-capacity, self-contained storage device containing a read-write mechanism plus one or more hard disks, inside a sealed unit. Also called hard disk drive
  • disk drive: computer hardware that holds and spins a magnetic or optical disk and reads and writes information on it
    repair
  • the act of putting something in working order again
  • Make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it
  • Put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation)
  • Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault)
  • restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
  • a formal way of referring to the condition of something; "the building was in good repair"
    disk
  • something with a round shape resembling a flat circular plate; "the moon's disk hung in a cloudless sky"
  • phonograph record: sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
  • harrow: draw a harrow over (land)
  • Cultivate (a field) with a disk harrow

iPod HD replacement (1)
iPod HD replacement (1)
1. Ensure that your music library is stored in the iTunes folder on your PC. 2. Find the serial number of the hard drive you want to replace and purchase a new one. You can either look the serial up on the net or open the iPod and make a note of it (see pictures). On the fifth generation (5G) 80Gb iPod here the serial is MK8010GAH. I believe the disks are all/mostly made by Toshiba. You will also need a plastic tool to open your iPod with. I would avoid metal (e.g. a screwdriver) as you don't want to do damage. 3. Put a soft cloth on your working bench and use firm confident pressure to ease the iPod open a crack. Work along the crack until you can separate the two halves but don't pull them apart. You will see at least 2 ribbon connectors. Be careful not to strain these! In order to open the iPod fully you need to disconnect the battery by gently detaching (pulling!) the ribbon connected to the corner connector. The point of detachment is indicated by my screwdriver in the picture but you don't need any tool to separate the cable from its socket. 4. Gently lay the two halves of the iPod next to each other. They remain connected by a ribbon cable which should not be disconnected or damaged. 5. Note which side of the hard drive is uppermost as it is easy to reconnect the new one the wrong way round. (I should know because I have done it!). Ease the end of the disk upwards starting from the free end (right side end in the picture). It will hinge/rotate about its wide ribbon. This cable needs to be disconnected… 6. If you look at the pic with my thumbnail in it you will see the black plastic locking bar on the hard drive. The picture shows the unlocked position (90° "up") which is achieved by pushing the bar away from its (nearly flat down) starting position. If you look at your new disk you will see what I mean. 7. Now you understand the locking bar you can unlock the ribbon cable on your old hard drive. After you have done this it should slide out without any force being necessary.
Gone Daddy Gone
Gone Daddy Gone
I attempted to recover thousands of precious photos from an Alaska vacation for a friend. Upon opening the drive I found one platter fatally scratched. Ugh. So sad. Remember to always back up your data folks. One drive is not enough. Use a network/cloud based service for truly important things, as they have redundancy built-in and data protection guarantees.

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