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WD BLACK SERIES WD2003FZEX 2TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5″ Internal Hard Drive
I have a WD Black Series internal hard drive and I use it for my Windows (specifically Windows 7) computer. I was able to install it properly and everything seems to be tightly connected and it worked okay for the first 6 months. Today however, when I open my computer, it doesn’t get to Windows and just crashes after several seconds of not doing anything. It boots up to DOS but never goes pass that and to Windows.

WD internal HDD
I have been using a WD2500JB-00REA0 HDD that just stopped working recently. The disc inside seems to have stopped spinning. When I turn on the computer, I no longer hear any sound that the disc has booted up so I think that is the problem. I have a few important data on the HDD so I really want to make it work even for one last time to get the files I stored in it. I decided to get another WD2500JB-00REA0 HDD online. When I got the new HDD, I swapped the PCB’s and I can see that the head is now spinning. However, the HDD is no longer detected by my BIOS. The codes on the on the PCBs are different – the original is 2060-701292-002 Rev A while the replacement is 2060-701292-001 Rev A. Even the DCM is different the original has DBCHYTJAHN while replacement has DSBACTJCA. But the main Chip number and the Smooth Chip number are the same on both HDDs. As I cannot recover the data can yourselves recover the data for the hard disk?