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Old September 28, 2011, 06:24 PM
Desiato Desiato is offline
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If all other available options have been expended and the drive is otherwise useless, I don't see the harm in trying. There's nothing to lose at that point.

However if the data was valuable enough to justify professional recovery fees, I would bypass this and any method of recovery that had the potential to make the issue worse.

I guess it may also have the *potential* -- although unlikely -- to void a warranty?

I believe it is professionally ethical to include relevant disclaimers, but there's no need to remove the video.
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