Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
Usually a harddrive is designed to withold a drop (to some extent), so one of 2 things happen. either the head of the hard drive touched the drive (internally), and killed the hard drive, or the hard drive simply got loose where it connect. i would unscrew where the harddrive goes (easy don't panic about it, 1 or 2 scres tops) and take the hard drive out then put it back in. if the harddrive is ok, u should be back in business.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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