Broken WestDigit HDD repairable? Tags: Hard Drives BIOS Storage Last response: January 25, 2002 8:31 PM in Storage Share winglesslight January 25, 2002 3:32:57 PM Hi, Suddenly HDD is not readable or writable. With Westerndigital diagnostic tool it gives some code like 217 or whatever, although BIOS sees it. Can HDD be repaired? Thank you very much More about : broken westdigit hdd repairable Anonymous a b G Storage January 25, 2002 8:31:58 PM is it still under warranty? Since you get an error code by running the WD diagnostic tool, contact WD and send it back for RMA. Hope you don't have very important data in there. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved2.5" IDE HDD with broken pin- repairable? Forum HDD Repair (Broken Molex Pins) Forum SolvedIDE 44 Pin HDD Recovery from DOS 6.2/Windows 3.1 Broken Partition Table Forum SolvedReplacing a broken HDD with a different OS HDD Forum SolvedStuck before BIOS, HDD broken? Forum SolvedNeed help, possible broken HDD 4 days old Forum SolvedBroken HDD Sata connector Forum Solvedis my hdd broken? Forum SolvedAfter restarting my computer with XP, the bootmgr file is missing. CD Rom is broken; can't use repair disk.What else can I do Forum SolvedTrouble exchanging a broken HDD - it has the bootmgr on it Forum SolvedBroken USB Port on External HDD Forum SolvedRepairing components when they're broken Forum SolvedI think I've broken my system :( Suggestions? Or beyond economic repair? Forum Can a broken/lost partition on a HDD be rebuilt and applied onto the HDD? Forum SolvedBroken bios chip controller , repair or buy a new laptop Forum SolvedReteriving data from almost broken external HDD Forum 2 broken HDD, please help Forum Toshiba laptop power jack repair issue- jack's cable wire broken off of motherboard. How to fix? Forum Broken GPU or HDD? Forum SolvedHELP! Need to find a HDD diagnostics tool to repair bad HDD via USB!. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !