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Old 04-05-2010, 04:57 PM
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+1 for trying to mount it in Linux first.
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Old 04-05-2010, 05:44 PM
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oh.. Sorry, didn't know this was this kind of a forum. I saw a lot of resourceful tips and advice on this forum so I thought I'd give my own question a go. :/

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In that case ThisDude, i take it that your are not running your own computer tech business or in the process of doing so? This site is for those who are doing so and is not a general help forum. This is for techs in business to help one another. You can appreciate that we make our living from this and by giving out free advice, we are losing out on possible income for ourselves or other techs in the industry.
I'm thinking that my problem is most likely that I've damaged my USB to SATA card probably due to overuse or overheating as my hard drive spins up and sounds like its spinning up correctly.

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