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Have you tried to format the hard drive in target mode? If you haven't, that might do it. Another thing to try is run your laptop off of another computer's hard drive via target mode -- this will confirm that your laptop is 100% functional, aside from its hard drive, and this step will save you lots of time if there does happen to be something else wrong with the machine.
-Sounds like you've done everything right. If none of the above works, I'd remove the hard drive and put it in an external enclosure, and try to format it again plugged in via firewire, in order to see if the drive is salvageable.
+Sounds like you've done everything right. If none of the above works, I'd remove the hard drive and put it in an external enclosure, and try to format it again plugged in via firewire, in order to see if the drive is salvageable. If you're able to format it externally, it may be worth giving it a second chance inside the computer, although you may be in for another situation like this down the road.
Sometimes hard drives get temperamental like that and cause the computer to behave in strange ways, and sometimes they will not dismount, causing the computer to hang. Again, after confirming that the laptop works fine running off another machine's drive in target mode, I'd say its time to do surgery and pull the drive out.

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-Have you tried to format the hard drive in target mode? If you haven't, that might do it. Another thing to try is run your laptop off of another computer's hard drive via target mode -- this will confirm that your laptop is 100% functional, aside from its hard drive.
+Have you tried to format the hard drive in target mode? If you haven't, that might do it. Another thing to try is run your laptop off of another computer's hard drive via target mode -- this will confirm that your laptop is 100% functional, aside from its hard drive, and this step will save you lots of time if there does happen to be something else wrong with the machine.
-Sounds like you've done everything right. If none of the above works, I'd remove the hard drive and put it in an enclosure if you have one, and try to format it again in an enclosure (if you aren't able format with it in the computer) in order to see if the drive is salvageable.
+Sounds like you've done everything right. If none of the above works, I'd remove the hard drive and put it in an external enclosure, and try to format it again plugged in via firewire, in order to see if the drive is salvageable.
Sometimes hard drives get temperamental like that and cause the computer to behave in strange ways, and sometimes they will not dismount, causing the computer to hang. Again, after confirming that the laptop works fine running off another machine's drive in target mode, I'd say its time to do surgery and pull the drive out.

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Have you tried to format the hard drive in target mode?  If you haven't, that might do it.  Another thing to try is run your laptop off of another computer's hard drive via target mode -- this will confirm that your laptop is 100% functional, aside from its hard drive.

Sounds like you've done everything right.  If none of the above works, I'd remove the hard drive and put it in an enclosure if you have one, and try to format it again in an enclosure (if you aren't able format with it in the computer) in order to see if the drive is salvageable.

Sometimes hard drives get temperamental like that and cause the computer to behave in strange ways, and sometimes they will not dismount, causing the computer to hang.  Again, after confirming that the laptop works fine running off another machine's drive in target mode, I'd say its time to do surgery and pull the drive out.

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