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CRACK123

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    Hi, Having worked in hardware tech support industry - this is what I have to say to you. Firstly there are companies who recover information from failed hard drives and they do quite a good job. However they are quite expensive. Secondly a noisy hard drive is generally bad omen. The hard drive is probably failing. if its on warranty, get it replaced as soon as you can.
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