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Help : My hard drive was damaged with all my tunes saved.

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I need to start my car and my hard drive had my tunes. The hard drive got damaged and no longer can use it.It's such a tragic accident. I was going to download it to my rb26/r32-r33 platinum pro plug in. i'm trying to get started on a new from scratch RB 26 tune with my T 8834D single turbo and 1000cc injectors high impedance using the internal map sensor. Any help would
Thanks Taylor
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Does your computer recognize the hard drive anymore? I've had my Windows drivers get corrupted and make my laptop unable to boot but I plugged the hard drive into my desktop and was able to recover the files I wanted to save.

 

If that doesn't work, there are companies that specialize in data recovery. Find one nearby or if you can't seem to find one that's good, find one that you can mail the hard drive to. Don't use Geek Squad, they don't really know what they're doing and usually try to sell you extra crap you don't need.

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As Pac_Man says, if you can connect the hard drive to a working computer with a newer operating system, it will probably let you copy the data.

 

Search "bridge cable computer" on the internet, if you don't have a spot to install the hard drive in whatever other computer you have available.  You can buy a cable that will power the drive and let it communicate.

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