Still use damaged hard drive? Tags: Hard Drives SATA Software Storage Last response: July 1, 2012 9:44 AM in Storage Share okppko July 1, 2012 8:50:01 AM My sata hard drive got damaged. It clicks sometimes. I let a piece of software check the hard drive. It said that the hard drive was 90% ok. Can I still use the hard drive for storage? Thanks. More about : damaged hard drive unksol a b G Storage July 1, 2012 9:44:33 AM if you don't care about losing everything you put on it sure. can't imagine when that would be the case so I highly suggest you dont Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources My Hard Drive Enclosure is damaged, but can I still make it work Forum SolvedCan I use old hard drive on a new build while still keeping it's data? Forum Look, my hard drive is damaged. What I have is a 8GB pen drive and also a 16GB pen drive. I am currently using Fedora OS. But Forum So can I use my Sata hard drive even if it still has memory from the last computer which was windows 8 Forum WD hard drive 1tb can I still use this Forum Can I swap boards , use new cpu and still use the old hard drive? Forum Used hard drive still contains data. Forum SolvedSemi-damaged HDD. 1 out of 3 partitions = damaged. Can 2 other partitions be used still? Forum SolvedSoftware to recover damaged Hard Drive? Forum SolvedNew motherboard, Computer wont boot properly. Keeps running windows system repair. Have I damaged my hard drive? Forum SolvedDamaged hard drive; wondering if data is recoverable. Forum SolvedPartially damaged hard drive Forum SolvedDamaged hard drive Forum SolvedHow to recover data from a damaged external hard drive Forum SolvedHas this shock damaged my Hard Drive? Forum SolvedDamaged External Hard Drive. Possible Recovery? Forum Repairing an image of a damaged hard drive Forum recover data from a logically damaged external hard drive Forum Solvedcould a damaged hard drive fry other components? Forum SolvedJust barely, windows started to screw up and say I ran out of hard drive space, when I still have about half a terabyte left Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !