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    Default Is there any shop to repair HDDs and Pendrives ???

    I have several damaged HDDs and pendrives. Is there any shop to repair them?

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    Eager to know

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    Pendrives are mostly unfixable. Because the flash memory IC is usually damaged. no way to repair this without changing that. and price wise and parts wise its not feasible.

    about HDDs, if the disk is damaged it cannot be fixed. bad sectors, hdd does not hold data or does not format is like this. if the pcb is damaged sometime it can be fixed. in some cases the overvoltage protection diode is the culprit. its pretty easy to fix. in some cases you have to change the whole PCB.
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