Question about HP Pavilion ze4300 Notebook
It sounds to me like the machine is dead.
The hard drive is an easy problem to fix, though.
There are adapters which allow you to access the files from a separate computer. The slickest and cheapest option is a Notebook IDE adapter to desktop IDE adapter. I found one on ebay for about $5.
If you have a good desktop unit, put the drive on an IDE channel of its own and boot into windows. Then it should come up as a separate drive (probably E or F depending on how many devices you have) From there you can copy files from it, or format it or whatever you need.
If you are going to get rid of it, I would re-partition it just to be safe.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Remove your cmos cell for 15 minutes from mother bord of laptop.
it is one round cell.then reficx again .also reasttch baattery.
then start.i think your laptop has not serious pro.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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