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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2009 12:51 am    Post subject: Cases where u might break outer boxes for examination Reply with quote

I have a hdd which is placed in an outer case with usb port, however, the hdd does not seem to be working when you connect it through the case's power connector. So, in case there is a problem on the case, I have to open it and remove the hard drive, however the case does not seem to have any proper way of opening, no screws, no sliding etc. So, the outer case may break apart while I remove the hdd.

My question is: Should I go on and open the case even if it may break or should I stop here considering the suspect may sue me for damaging his property?

What would you do in such cases where you may have to physically damage the outer box of a media for making a forensic examination?
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