No, its not listed. I have another hard drive, presently turned off, that I purchased awhile back from COMPUSA. Do you want me to turn it on to see if it is listed on the Disk drives?
I'm not sure that I perfectly understand your first suggestion. Do you mean that I should remove the hard drive device from its enclosure and connect it without a cover to my usb connection on my computer?
Second, I assume you mean that I should enclose the device in a freezer bag and put it into the freeser for a few (8?) hours?
I'm afraid i'm not knowledgeable enough to recognize a SATA or IDE cable inside my computer; i'm assuming that to do what you suggest will require the removal of the computer cover?
Will removing the cover from the hard drive and plugging the USB line from the hard drive to the USB female end on the computer result in the same action?
The freezer period for the hard drive did not allow it to be connected to the computer, although I noticed a clicking noise in the hard drive during the attempted connection.
I am not in a position to remove the computer cover or to guess at the IDE or SATA "connections." Do you have any recommendations that, with my limited knowledge, I would be able to perform to retrieve the data on my Seagate hard drive?