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HDDead by TheSoulhunter HDDead by TheSoulhunter
One of my HDDs died, so I abused it for this image!
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Dinogaby Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's a Seagate!

Seagate must die. :stab:

My hard drive also died (this last christmas) and it was a Seagate Momentus 5400. I'm never putting my faith again on this manufacturer.
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TheSoulhunter Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Well, 8 of my other 10 drives are from Seagate,
and they run 24/7, some for 5 years already,
there are always lemons n bad luck,
with every manufacturer! ;)
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TheDutch87 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010
i gues you use brute force and some expensive knife to get this done?:P

love it do :O

suckiest that it died on you :(!
did you had a backup of the data?
greetings Thedutch87
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TheSoulhunter Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010
Thanks! I used a Dremel to cut a small groove, then I used pliers + brute force to open the groove further. The knife, as pretty as it might look, was actually a cheap broken (let it fall, tip snapped off, duh) kitchen knife... For the data: Most of the important stuff was backed up, but unfortunately it was my system drive, so I had to reinstall and config Windows + all programs n tools I use (that took me like 3 days, lol).
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner May 16, 2010   Digital Artist
aaah... Windows and its longs setup times :)

btw, it looks like a 3D picture! amazing...
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TheSoulhunter Featured By Owner May 16, 2010
Thanks!
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