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Nightmare realised

So I’m new to all this but always admired everyone on here even though almost 95% of the terminology on here goes way over my head. I was/am a newbie data hoarder but I am so lost now!

My worst nightmare happened. I had all my data on a 12tb external drive (which only had partial back ups on a couple of portable drives) and it died on me over the weekend and I have now lost years worth of content. Tried all the recovery stuff online and it’s clear that the drive has a mechanical issue which I won’t be able to fix.

Thinking I need a new start and to take data storage and backups more seriously than before. My only issue is I have very limited funds so I can’t afford half the stuff people use on here.

What do I do? How do I restart? Is there any way to fix the drive myself without paying someone over £300 to attempt to repair it? Any tips would be greatly appreciated

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  1. Sending your hard drive to a clean room to get the data salvaged off of it will likely run you over a thousand dollars. I don’t know what that’s worth in metric money 🙁

  2. >Tried all the recovery stuff online and it’s clear that the drive has a mechanical issue which I won’t be able to fix.

    Find a drive repair service next to you and check if they can help you. Can emphasize Louis [https://www.rossmanngroup.com/data-recovery-service-nyc/](https://www.rossmanngroup.com/data-recovery-service-nyc/).

    >What do I do? How do I restart? Is there any way to fix the drive myself without paying someone over £300 to attempt to repair it? Any tips would be greatly appreciated

    Consider getting external drives, optical media, and/or cloud storage to use some as the primary backup and another as offsite backup. [https://www.hyper-v.io/keep-backups-lets-talk-backup-storage-media/](https://www.hyper-v.io/keep-backups-lets-talk-backup-storage-media/)

    What is the current amount of data you have? What hardware, storage do you have?

  3. Just to be clear – you shucked the drive to eliminate the possibility that the USB controller failed?

  4. Is that data replaceable?

    Yes > buy two drives and have them mirrored ( they have the same data on both so if one dies you have the other on and can go and buy a new drive to mirror your data and still have a copie of your data )

    No > send your drive to a specialized hdd repair buisness. They might not be able to recover much if anything but if you’ve got priceless family photos for example that your best bet.

    If you attempt to fix the drive yourself you could destroy it so it depends how much the data is worth not the mention the tool can be quite expensive.

  5. HDD repair needs specialized tools which will probably cost more as the price of the recovery at a recovery company. Not to mention that you still have to learn how to use them. If your data is not important, and you have a plenty of time, then you can try it yourself, maybe you can fix it. But if you need your data, then professional data recovery is your only option.

    A backup drive is always cheaper than any recovery. Anything you plan in the future, keep in mind that you need at least the same amount of storage for backup. You don’t need RAID or dedicated NAS or other fancy stuff, but a good tested working backup routine is the most important.

  6. Mate, relax, you’re off to a good start, back up your important stuff, worry about the hoarder stuff as you go