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Peru PeruvianWidepeeker 
So my pc wont boot Windows due to hard drive damages, and I have really important files saved in that disk. Is there any way I can rescue the data from the hard drive, or is it all gone? Thanks
2020-03-01 02:11
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Finland pokka
sorry I shouldn't have come here
2020-03-01 02:12
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#2
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Peru TheJuan
Its ok. Maybe you have an idea??
2020-03-01 02:12
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Finland pokka
My best advice is to ask a friend who knows these things or call/go to an electronic shop and ask. They should know more than anyone
2020-03-01 02:16
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Brazil ZlatanIsGod
Same problem with my notebook.Get ready for the sexual extortion.
2020-03-01 02:13
if theyre rly important u can go to a data recovery company but its pretty expensive
2020-03-01 02:14
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+1
2020-03-01 02:15
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Peru TheJuan
Maybe, but I need to access certain files before Monday
2020-03-01 02:17
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if it's damaged u probably cant
2020-03-01 02:18
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Czech Republic MSQT
Then ur fucked
2020-03-01 02:35
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#22
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Peru TheJuan
FAK The only thing I want to save is a 2k word essay due on Monday the rest I can live without
2020-03-01 02:38
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That takes approximately 4-5 hours. Just re-do ffs.
2021-02-16 01:32
Was the essay about your alts? 😎
2021-02-22 00:26
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#37
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Peru TheJuan
STOP BUMPING pls
2021-02-22 00:28
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ok sorry mens))
2021-02-24 23:52
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#44
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Peru TheJuan
S T 😡😡😡😡P
2021-02-25 00:24
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Netherlands toothpaste
plug it into another computer and save the files
2020-03-01 02:14
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Peru TheJuan
Will a Chromebook work?
2020-03-01 02:15
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Netherlands toothpaste
idk
2020-03-01 02:20
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Albania Quarkz
You can find data recovery programs as another mentioned. It's a matter of if your HD is faulty or not, as it can normally only recover files that aren't stored in "bad sectors". Unplug the HD, plug it in as a secondary drive into another computer and see if it can load it. If not, try some of those data recovery programs.
2020-03-01 02:18
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Peru TheJuan
Im currently running disk check and it saying showing certain files as unreadable. I will try that once it is done, but can you take out the hard drive of laptops?
2020-03-01 02:22
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Albania Quarkz
"You can connect your Laptop Hard Disk Drive with desktop motherboard directly with SATA cable. No extra cables or converter is needed to do so. Normally most of the PCs have two SATA power cable and SATA Data cables" Enjoy the indian accent youtube.com/watch?v=GJhiXpArTKM
2020-03-01 02:27
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Peru TheJuan
Thank you
2020-03-01 02:34
Does the HDD work? You can clone it and work from there if you have a spare HDD.
2020-03-01 02:19
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Peru TheJuan
Yes, it seems only certain files are unreadable. I will check the prices of HDDs. Thank you
2020-03-01 02:24
You may be able to retrieve the important files if you put the sick drive to the side, put in a new drive and get Windows up and running on the new drive. Then you can put in the old drive and see if you can access files now you have a running Windows, it may go easy or maybe your drive is sick in a way that you can't access anything or perhaps something in between. There is also different disk repair software you can try, it may or may not work. Such software can also make things worse. As an alternative there are companies which deal with sick drives, they can often rescue data from drives which are in really bad shape however they are not cheap so if you want to go that route depends on how important your files are.
2020-03-01 02:21
There are information restoring services/companies, you can try find one in your place. But their service is usually pretty expensive, so think wisely if you really value that porn gallery folder
2020-03-01 02:30
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Netherlands SaS_1337
Get yourself a SATA to USB cable and get your harddrive out of your PC connect it to a different pc/laptop and just save the files you want to be saved by dragging them over to your pc/laptop
2020-03-01 02:33
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Netherlands n0b8m8
"and I have really important files saved in that disk." axaxaxa all your alt passwords 😂😂
2021-02-14 01:18
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WTF why you bump this 😡😡
2021-02-14 01:30
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Netherlands n0b8m8
get rekt 😎
2021-02-14 01:34
hahaha
2021-02-25 00:32
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Brazil batcompany
You can ask a friend of yours to create a live cd/usb with Linux. Then put it in your own PC, start the live sistem, save your important stuff, and thats ggs
2021-02-14 01:22
Depends if you can boot with another drive and if then you can access those archives,if it isn't 100% damaged and you get lucky that the files are untouched you can access it,check if you don't have an backup of it on drive/onedrive
2021-02-14 01:32
/closed Thread is closed replying is no longer allowed. Thank everyone for your help
2021-02-14 01:33
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/open 😳
2021-02-16 01:25
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#30
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Peru TheJuan
stop bumping 😡😡😡😡
2021-02-16 01:26
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Netherlands n0b8m8
Why? because it's your thread PeruvianWidepeeker? Ladies and gentlemen, we got him 😎
2021-02-16 01:29
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#33
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Peru TheJuan
No, because reviving old threads is illegal Jonathan E is already on the way 😎👍
2021-02-16 01:30
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Netherlands n0b8m8
nt but i was just trying to be nice and help this guy (you) out with some pc trouble?? nothing happend here
2021-02-16 01:34
pay no mind to #29 thread is still closed /closed
2021-02-16 01:29
you can boot Linux from a USB stick, then copy your files to an external hard drive, then reinstall Windows on your main drive
2021-02-22 00:31
get sata to usb cable and try to see what you can recover, but i dont think you will be able to recover much. if your data is THAT imporant send it to a data recovery company
2021-02-24 23:56
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Sweden Nappev
call a friend and try connecting your hard drives to his pc, while his pc boots from his own hard drive. boot from another hard drive? liek a usb stick? if you have a tech savvy friend chances are he ca nboot your pc via a usb stick or something. if nothing of this works, then youll have to contact some data recovery company.
2021-02-25 00:01
just buy a mac dud :()
2021-02-25 00:03
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Germany fanok
I think if the Hard Drive is damaged you can still get someone to get the Data off of it, but it will be expensive.
2021-02-25 00:09
Stop using this drive. Get other SDD or HDD, install Windows on the new. Plug the old one and try to access it's folder
2021-02-25 00:35
Boot from different drive and use your main drive as secondary. You might be able to pull files like that.
2021-02-25 00:55
Use a usb drive with Ubuntu, you can execute ubuntu from the usb drive, try to access the hard drive, if not possible try using gparted to fix any erros, if nothing of this works only a company with the right tools can do it. If you have any questions regarding on how to use ubuntu feel free to ask.
2021-02-25 01:01
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