I was visiting a friend earlier this week. He was planning to show me his new PC. But he ended up dropping his external HDD. It feel a couple feet on to the floor. The HDD landed on the USB connector and bent it. He was able to bend it back into place. The HDD started up fine when he plugged it in. Fast forward to today, he tells me the HDD started clicking. It is also freezing his Windows 10 system. When he unplugs it the computer goes back to normal. Can He save this HDD? Could he swap out the external enclosure for another? It looked like the USB connector took the most of the impact. Is this drive shot?