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You can try to physically remove the hard drive and install it in another similar laptop and get your data that way. If you can find a a two drive bay laptop to install it in just put it in the second bay and go into it that way (this would be the best solution). If this doesn't work you may be able to get one of those external hardrive cases and try to get one for the hard drive format you have (if possible). The only issue with that is most of these units (that I have seen anyway) are meant for regular desktop hard drives. If the data you have is extremely important you could send your drive out to a data restorer but this is very expensive and only recommended if you have really important stuff on their. Good luck, hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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