G'day Drewgrahamdrewgraham said:Heartening as loserOlimbs and qldit replies are, I'm afraid you're shafted.
If it clicks, you're ****ed. It's one of those golden rules of life, like taxes, death and always, always backup.
If what you've got on there is priceless, then there is something you can do.
1) Very, very, very gently take the drive out and, for god's sake, stop turning it on.
2) Find a data recovery company
3) Pay them thousands of notes to get the data back for you.
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