Simple answer, no. But you didn't give much detail, did you ?
So, if it's a data corruption issue, worth reformatting the drive to see. Go to maker's website for a program which writes zeros all over the drive, prior to formatting.
If it's an obvious board failure (burned component for example), possibly you can rescue the data by finding an identical drive and swapping the board.
If it's crucial data, there are firms which rescue data but they are expensive.