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No Apple won't give you the old HDSSD back. But, they will test it and can try to restore the data (short of opening the HD it's self)data.
No Apple won't give you the old HDSSD back. But, they will test it and can try to restore the data (short of opening the HD it's self)data.
 
Often the HDSSD is to far gone to recover anything without major surgery of the HD by a data recovery service which is very expensive and will take some time. Even then the data may not be recoverable or have issues so it can't be usedanything. Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.
Often the HDSSD is to far gone to recover anything without major surgery of the HD by a data recovery service which is very expensive and will take some time. Even then the data may not be recoverable or have issues so it can't be usedanything. Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.
 
Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.

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I would first bring the system into an Apple Store to see if they will replace the HDSSD for free (they often do within the first year or so). If they don't, lookup the HDSSD on the suppliers web site to see what you'll need to do to get it replaced.

Even if
If you decide to replace the HDSSD on your own to a bigger HD I would still get this one replaced as you could use it as a backup drive by putting it into an USB exclosure so you won't be caught againown.
Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.

I
I would first bring the system into an Apple Store to see if they will replace the HDSSD for free (they often do within the first year or so). If they don't, lookup the HDSSD on the suppliers web site to see what you'll need to do to get it replaced.

Even if
If you decide to replace the HDSSD on your own to a bigger HD I would still get this one replaced as you could use it as a backup drive by putting it into an USB exclosure so you won't be caught againown.

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No Apple won't give you the old HD back. But, they will test it and can try to restore the data (short of opening the HD it's self).
 
Often the HD is to far gone to recover anything without major surgery of the HD by a data recovery service which is very expensive and will take some time. Even then the data may not be recoverable or have issues so it ca'tcan't be used.
Often the HD is to far gone to recover anything without major surgery of the HD by a data recovery service which is very expensive and will take some time. Even then the data may not be recoverable or have issues so it ca'tcan't be used.
 
Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.
 
I would first bring the system into an Apple Store to see if they will replace the HD for free (they often do within the first year or so). If they don't, lookup the HD on the suppliers web site to see what you'll need to do to get it replaced.
 
Even if you decide to replace the HD on your own to a bigger HD I would still get this one replaced as you could use it as a backup drive by putting it into an USB exclosure so you won't be caught again.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Dan ,

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No Apple won't give you the old HD back. But, they will test it and can try to restore the data (short of opening the HD it's self).

Often the HD is to far gone to recover anything without major surgery of the HD by a data recovery service which is very expensive and will take some time. Even then the data may not be recoverable or have issues so it ca't be used.

Have you made any backups? Hopefully you have.

I would first bring the system into an Apple Store to see if they will replace the HD for free (they often do within the first year or so). If they don't, lookup the HD on the suppliers web site to see what you'll need to do to get it replaced.

Even if you decide to replace the HD on your own to a bigger HD I would still get this one replaced as you could use it as a backup drive by putting it into an USB exclosure so you won't be caught again.

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