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  1. You are unlikely to be able to recover the data on your own. I have worked on a lot of failed hard drives, and the data recovery tools available to non-professionals depend upon the drive being recognized. Data on drives that are not recognized or will not power up (or maintain power) is no recoverable except by pros.
  2. I just ordered two Atlas 15k II 147GB drives to use in a RAID1 configuration on our server. The vendor shipped me on Atlas 15k drive (model #8E147L008011) and one Atlas 15k II drive (model 8E147l0081211. I am under the impression that the Atlas 15k is one generation older than the Atlas 15k II. Is that correct? If that is the case, than it would appear that I need to return the Atlas 15k drive and request the newer model. Any thoughts or comments would be greatly appreciated.