How to solve the problem with the hard drive?

Was the laptop, it was the railway WD blue, at some point the laptop just ceased to boot, it turned out that the railway died. I connected it to his PC, he decided, but when I try any action with him, everything falls into error. What could be the problem ? Should I change the control Board ?
March 19th 20 at 09:12
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March 19th 20 at 09:14
it turned out that dead railway

Need more information:
- Exactly how it turned out?
- What kind of fault do you mean by "died"?

I connected it to my PC, it decided

Disk after you turn emits any other sounds (clicks, beeping/whirring, grinding noise)? It's a 2.5" drive, attach the ear, the sounds can be quiet.

What could be the problem ?

If the drive is visible in the system and you have Windows, download a free R. tester: https://rlab.ru/tools/rtester.html
It is possible to make a preliminary algorithmic diagnosis of the hard drive using information from the user.

But if other sounds are present, stop any action - any software will not help, and to make things worse it's easy.

- Exactly how it turned out?
- What kind of fault do you mean by "died"?

The notebook ceased to boot, he stopped to see. After I connected to his PC, he decided, why it was in the laptop, I don't know. And said that he died, those who have changed.

About the sound, as will the ability to connect, connect and respond, the program will check the link you provided. - stephon.Quitzon47 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:17
And said that he died, those who have changed the
It is not very clear why and to what extent they can rely on their opinion on hard drive failure.

it will be an opportunity to connect, connect and respond, the program will check
OK, but if there are other sounds and from disk the necessary data, then immediately turn off the computer and unplug the drive.
In this case, any software trying to do something not necessary. - Floy commented on March 19th 20 at 09:20
It is not very clear why and to what extent they can rely on their opinion on hard drive failure.

The issues have arisen for this reason

In this case, any software trying to do something not necessary.

Well, this is understandable. Thank you - stephon.Quitzon47 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:23
March 19th 20 at 09:16
  • If the data is important to you - wear specialists.
  • If the data is unimportant and want to play - do what you want.
  • If the data is not important, and as a toy it does not suit you - wear it in the trash.
March 19th 20 at 09:18
It is determined by the system? There is an option to remove the image using dd from Ubuntu LiveCD and try to recover the files.
Yes, the system he is determined, smart read. But, if you like to test it Victoria it just throws errors And restore it ? - stephon.Quitzon47 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:21
@stephon.Quitzon47, if not pull it once again Victoriae, Yes.
1. To record on a USB flash drive Ubuntu Live CD (use Unetbootin);
2. Boot from it, connecting the problem hard disk and the hard disk on which the same amount of free space the size of a damaged disk (or partition that you want to restore);
3. Using dd-rescue to remove the image, write it to a file.
4. Reboot into Windows and mount the disk image in it (or in VirtualBox with Windows);
5. Check using chkdsk. - emil_Sipes commented on March 19th 20 at 09:24
@emil_Sipes, Well, it is not particularly important, because the disk has changed. Just as soon as we try - stephon.Quitzon47 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:27
@stephon.Quitzon47,
And restore it ?
Data recover you can try.
And to restore the drive there, only to throw away. - Vincent34 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:30
@emil_Sipes clearly has in mind the data recovery, not the drive itself.
The disk in the trash, apparently. Although smart you are, for example, never showed. - Maudie.Champlin commented on March 19th 20 at 09:33
@Maudie.Champlin, @Vincent34, Well, the disc is exactly in the trash. About these I already wrote that they did not need. Link why can't insert prntscr.com/n4v1ef the only way - stephon.Quitzon47 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:36

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