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Lost Hard Drive info...

I have a slight temper got annoyed at my sister in law and slammed my fist into the computer right above the hard drive which in essence destroyed the hard drive. The problems my computer is having now is...im in dire need to retrieve  all my personal info as well as saved pictures and webs sites from my hard drive on the double.  I gave my computer into a computer guy and he said he cant help me and replied i should send my computer into FBI has a civilian hotline- but they will only charge me a small fee of $15,000. What are my options on retrieving this... please help on the double. Temper from Brooklyn!

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I cannot comfort you with an easy solution. Take it to another computer tech place and see if they can help you extract info. If there is internal damage to the physical drive, there is very little chance of recovering anything short of spending lots of money. Has any tried to hook it up to another machine and tested it? If you rate this as not helpful, understand that there is no other way to solve this issue. Backing up info on CD/DVD, flashdrive, or an external hard drive will help in the future. Sorry to hear about the family issues and hope you can resolve that too. Good luck

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