Data Recovery from hard disk

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hi, I have one 40 GB IDE harddisk. it's burn. now when i try on switch on my pc. it's get shut done. but my pc is working with other HD. I have some imp. data hard drive. my question is that if i remove data disk (metal plate)from HD. and put that on other one will i able to get the data back??? Thanks

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Opening a hard drive and moving the disks to another drive needs to be done is a dust proof room. The drive enclosure needs to be of the same manufacturer and model too. Data recover tasks like that are expensive if you ask any data recovery expert.

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  • Markempee
    Unfortunately, if you really believe that you hard disk drive was burned or destroyed, there would be no other option but to purchase another hard disk for your computer system to work. You cannot also recover the data stored in the burned or failed hard disk because it is in the hardware part.
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  • Molicasolis
    Yes, you can. You can connect the removed hard drive to another PC as the second slave drive, and use data recovery software like Card Data Recovery to scan the hard drive to get back data.
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