#1
hard drive crashes are definitely the most frustrating thing ever.
i just lost about 8000 songs and hundreds of movies and south park episodes.
anyone experienced stuff like this or worse?
#3
its so god damn frustrating. mine is a 160gb external hard drive. i dropped it from like knee length and i cant open it in my computer anymore, although it still flashes light. plus every single one of my 8000 songs have organised artwork and lyrics. *screams*
#4
Yeah...i know what you're saying... i lost 80gb worth of Music Videos, Movies, Live Concerts!! you just feel like killing yourself..lol.
#5
maybe take it to a computer place. they might be able to fix it or salvage the info inside.
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#6
I only have 900 songs, but if my hard drive wiped, I think I'd cry. Or kill myself.

Quote by Zugunruhe
maybe take it to a computer place. they might be able to fix it or salvage the info inside.

And this is true. Don't lose hope yet!
#7
Quote by recklessnick
hard drive crashes are definitely the most frustrating thing ever.
i just lost about 8000 songs and hundreds of movies and south park episodes.
anyone experienced stuff like this or worse?


I had an older HD crash once but I was running a RAID on it so I had a backup on the other drive.

these days I do backups every month on all my computers to a 500GB external hard drive and keep 4 months of backups at all times.

These external drives are cheap and nice to have. I can bring it to school and back up all my videos I make there.

I have the Phantom Drives 500GB USB 2.0/Firewire
newegg had it for around $150
#8
Looks like you should of bought those CD's, eh?
New To Town With A Made Up Name

In The Angel's City

Chasing Fortune And Fame
09/03/2012