So we had this Hard Drive that was not legible until we put in the freezer for awhile. We were then able to buy a few minutes and get off the data we needed before it chumped out completely.
So what is it that makes the drive work at freezing when it won't work at room temperature?
Does the cold slow it down making it able to read,or does the contraction of the parts due to the cold work some magic juju or what?
If you know, pleeeze tell me!