|If your data on the drive is very important, you'll need to pay one of the specialist data recovery companies to give it a try. It's not a cheap option; maybe hundreds of dollars.|
As a last resort, before scrapping the drive, you could try the link below - from an earlier thread on this forum.
It worked for me.
I managed to encourage the drive to run long enough to recover the data.
It means exposing the platters. Touch nothing other than the central hub of the disc.
The drive is scrap after this.
See post #3