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Weird clicking sound from head's working, and error 1009 seagate b

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I have seagate baraccuda 7200.11 hardisk. First i had bsy bug, and i tried to resolve it with steps i found herehttps://sites.google...ite/seagatefix/ , but when it comes to command "U" to spin up, it gives me error 1009. I cleaned piplines on PCB and all the rest. I noticed it have weird sound so i take video of head's working : https://youtu.be/aJ9-_036dAc What you think about simptoms?

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I thought it was a really bad idea to run an HDD with its cover removed. :unsure:

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I thought it was a really bad idea to run an HDD with its cover removed. :unsure:

Your thought is highly accurate :yes:.

Though the use of a "clean room" by the pro's is overrated (and often downright "invented", as in most cases, like 99.99% what is used is actually a laminar flow bench/cabinet/hood ) opening hard disk in a normal room is a pretty guaranteed way to have the hard disk cease to work.

Rule #1 of hard disk recovery club is: "You do not open a hard disk."
Rule #2 of hard disk recovery club is: "You DO NOT open a hard disk."
Rule #3 is "Ok, we lied, you can open it, but ONLY in a controlled environment."

Unfortunately :( you can't do anything to fix that hard disk, and now that you have opened it, likely there is nothing that can be done for it, not even by a professional.


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