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Hitachi Ultrastar 1TB 32MB Cache 7200RPM 3.5″ SATA2 Enterprise Grade Hard Drive
I bought a pre-loved Hitachi Ultrastar 1TB from a friend as I want to beef up the storage space on my computer. Though pre-loved, he said it was working like new and the storage space is absolutely free since he formatted it before giving it to me. When I got it, I tried it on my computer and it worked first time. I made several backups of my data over the first 3 months of using it. After 3 months however the drive would not connect to my iMac, I thought this was strange and tried connecting it to my MacBook Pro through a usb caddy but again would not connect.

Hitachi Travelstar Hard Drive
I have a Hitachi Travelstar Hard Drive on my old machine and I wanted to plug it on another machine and copy the data from it. I am familiar with connecting hard drives internally or via a caddy as I have done this before but I am just curious about this one thing that I am about to do. The hard drive is currently installed on a Windows 7 64-bit OS and I am planning to connect it to a Windows 8 32-bit OS. I was a bit worried that it might not work and might cause permanent damage to the HDD but I tried to connect it anyway but it would not display on computer. I then tried to connect it via a usb caddy but again it would not connect. The Hitachi drive seemed dead with no noise coming from it so I thought that was unusual. I took it to my local PC Shop but they could not get the hard drive to spin either, hence contacting your good selves.