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How to recover lost deleted formatted data from Seagate Ultrathin Laptop HDD

Seagate is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of hard disc drives, providing products for a wide-range of Enterprise, Desktop, Mobile Computing, and Consumer Electronics applications. Seagate's business model leverages technology leadership and world-class manufacturing to deliver industry-leading innovation and quality to its global customers, and to be the low cost producer in all markets in which it participates. The company is committed to providing award-winning products, customer support and reliability to meet the world's growing demand for information storage. .

After you format a disk, the operating system erases all information on the disk, tests the disk to make sure all sectors are reliable, marks bad sectors, and creates internal address tables that it later uses to locate information. You must format a disk before you can use it.

As an answer to Western Digital's WD Blue hard drive, Seagate today announced the Laptop Ultrathin HDD, the company's first 5mm hard drive.

Ultrathin and ultralight

The new drive belongs to the thinnest class of standard hard drives to date, some 25 percent more compact than a 7mm internal drive and almost half the thickness of the traditional 9.5-inch drive. The drive is as thin as three credit cards stacked together, and weighs just 3 ounces.

This new level of thickness means the hard drive can be used in more applications, including desktops, laptops, ultrabooks, and also future tablets.

When Seagate hard drive physical failure occurs, you should not attempt any recovery procedure on your own. If you further use the hard drive or open it in general environment as the dust particles available in environment might further damage the sensitive hard drive platters and lead to permanent data loss.

The Ultrathin HDD supports the latest SATA 3 (6Gbps) standard but also works with SATA and SATA 2. The drive supports hardware self-encryption (SED) when used with a supported host. The new drive's chassis is made of steel, making it a lot sturdier than other 2.5-inch hard drives that use an aluminum cover.

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