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All - this is a follow up to my original post with the solution that worked:
 
After installing and purchaingpurchasing the [http://www.paragon-drivers.com/extfs-windows/|Paragon Extf driver for Windows], I removed the HD from the original enclosure, removed the PCB, and connected the HD directly to my PC using the standard power/SATA ports on the HD.
After installing and purchaingpurchasing the [http://www.paragon-drivers.com/extfs-windows/|Paragon Extf driver for Windows], I removed the HD from the original enclosure, removed the PCB, and connected the HD directly to my PC using the standard power/SATA ports on the HD.
 
I had to open DeviseDevice Manager and refresh the list in order to get the drive to show up as "unrecognised" asunrecognized". As soon as it appeared in the list the Paragon Driver recognisedrecognized and mounted in automatically.
I had to open DeviseDevice Manager and refresh the list in order to get the drive to show up as "unrecognised" asunrecognized". As soon as it appeared in the list the Paragon Driver recognisedrecognized and mounted in automatically.
 
At that point I was able to browse throughtthrough the HD folder tree and see all the files on the drive.
At that point I was able to browse throughtthrough the HD folder tree and see all the files on the drive.
 
I then simply dragged off the main folder "Shares" onto my destopdesktop and left it alone for a few hours while it copied all the files over to my local HD.
I then simply dragged off the main folder "Shares" onto my destopdesktop and left it alone for a few hours while it copied all the files over to my local HD.
 
Pretty simple way to get the files off. Still couldn't find a solution for repairing the original PCB, but I'm satisfied with being able to recover the files.
 
I hope this helps any other unfortunate Western Digital users who are searching for a solution to this issue.

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Postagem original de: vVv ,

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All - this is a follow up to my original post with the solution that worked:

After installing and purchaing the [http://www.paragon-drivers.com/extfs-windows/|Paragon Extf driver for Windows], I removed the HD from the original enclosure, removed the PCB, and connected the HD directly to my PC using the standard power/SATA ports on the HD.

I had to open Devise Manager and refresh the list in order to get the drive to show up as "unrecognised" as soon as it appeared in the list the Paragon Driver recognised and mounted in automatically.

At that point I was able to browse throught the HD folder tree and see all the files on the drive.

I then simply dragged off the main folder "Shares" onto my destop and left it alone for a few hours while it copied all the files over to my  local HD.

Pretty simple way to get the files off. Still couldn't find a solution for repairing the original PCB, but I'm satisfied with being able to recover the files.

I hope this helps any other unfortunate Western Digital  users who are searching for a solution to this issue.

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open