Furthermore, all hard drives have a large magnet inside them, a neodydium magnet that controls the position of the read / write head. The platter disks must be able to cope with this magnet (which is an extremely strong magnet) during their use, and also the shell of some hard drives (I am not sure if all of them are) are magnetically shielded.
As I stated. I am not saying this is impossible, but I disagree with it.
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