You can use Seatools from Seagate to check the drive and see how much if any it can fix (Seagate purchased Maxtor a few years ago, the older drives were better though), but I would personally prefer to replace the drive as soon as possible (back up immediately to an external drive anything important).
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.
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