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Sadly, it likely is.
 
Here's a nice YouTube on what it looks like inside: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJQfIxz9snE|How To Repair WD Clicking HDD?]. Frankly this guy is trying to scare up some business with this vid.
 
'''In any case don't open it up like he did as you will make things much worse!'''
 
You need a clean room and very special tools to repair the drive if it can be. Often the heads snap off from a sharp bang. Think how a phonograph play workedworks with a record when you hit it you kill the record as the needle scratches it. A HD is no different, if you banged it you kill it. Data recovering services charge a lot so hopefully you have a backup.
You need a clean room and very special tools to repair the drive if it can be. Often the heads snap off from a sharp bang. Think how a phonograph play workedworks with a record when you hit it you kill the record as the needle scratches it. A HD is no different, if you banged it you kill it. Data recovering services charge a lot so hopefully you have a backup.
 
Heres the WD TN on the causes: [http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/197/~/wd-external-hard-drive-makes-a-repeated-clicking-sound|WD external hard drive makes a repeated clicking sound].

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Sadly, it likely is.
 
Here's a nice YouTube on what it looks like inside: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJQfIxz9snE|How To Repair WD Clicking HDD?]. Frankly this guy is trying to scare up some business with this vid.
 
'''In any case don't open it up like he did as you will make things much worse!'''
 
You need a clean room and very special tools to repair the drive if it can be. Often the heads snap off from a sharp bang. Think how a phonograph play worked with a record when you hit it you kill the record as the needle scratches it. A HD is no different, if you banged it you kill it. RecorverData recovering services charge a lot so hopefully you have a backup.
You need a clean room and very special tools to repair the drive if it can be. Often the heads snap off from a sharp bang. Think how a phonograph play worked with a record when you hit it you kill the record as the needle scratches it. A HD is no different, if you banged it you kill it. RecorverData recovering services charge a lot so hopefully you have a backup.
 
Heres the WD TN on the causes: [http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/197/~/wd-external-hard-drive-makes-a-repeated-clicking-sound|WD external hard drive makes a repeated clicking sound].

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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Sadly, it likely is.

Here's a nice YouTube on what it looks like inside: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJQfIxz9snE|How To Repair WD Clicking HDD?]. Frankly this guy is trying to scare up some business with this vid.

'''In any case don't open it up like he did as you will make things much worse!'''

You need a clean room and very special tools to repair the drive if it can be. Often the heads snap off from a sharp bang. Think how a phonograph play worked with a record when you hit it you kill the record as the needle scratches it. A HD is no different, if you banged it you kill it. Recorver services charge a lot so hopefully you have a backup.

Heres the WD TN on the causes: [http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/197/~/wd-external-hard-drive-makes-a-repeated-clicking-sound|WD external hard drive makes a repeated clicking sound].

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