Abrahamic, from Short Computer Services, has encountered a hard drive with a stuck head on a platter. He suspects it is due to an error in the firmware or greenstar technologies that cause the hard drive to think it is falling, sparking the head, or shutting off the disk. This problem seems to be popular with Samsung drives, but it could happen to any hard drive.
Abrahamic explains that a cleanroom is necessary if you want to use the hard drive, and you need to torque the screws. However, if you just want to get data off the hard drive and it is not critical, then you can skip these steps. Abrahamic demonstrates the repair process that takes less than five minutes.
He connects the hard drive to the computer and listens to the noise it makes. The hard drive only beeps a little bit, and nothing happens when he connects it. He opens the hard drive and sees that the head is stuck on the platter, which is the problem.
Abrahamic tries to fix it, and it works. He can hear and see the hard drive working correctly. He emphasizes that it is a quick and easy process for getting data off the hard drive.
In conclusion, if you encounter a hard disk with a stuck head, you can fix it in less than five minutes. However, it is essential to note that a cleanroom is necessary if you want to use the hard drive, and you need to torque the screws. But if you only need to get data off the hard drive, you can skip these steps.