Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
Check to see if your pc has a SSD drive (Solid state Drive).
If it does and it still works.... you should be good.
Reason: SSD units have no moving parts.
Non-SSD drives have spinning platters.
Any hard drives listing rpm's (Rotations per minute) spin at high speeds. Example: 7200 rpm's
A drop like that could cause the heads to crash into these platters.
Just watch to see if data starts to disappear or the pc acts really slow. The good news, most hard drives with rpm listing made recently park the heads to prevent damage from drops or sudden bumps.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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