Question about Computers & Internet
Two ways to go.
1 - If you DON'T NEED YOUR INFO:
Run the restore program that came with your laptop. If you need help with that, write back.
2 - If you DO NEED YOUR INFO:
As long as the hard drive is good and you have given no indication that it is not, remove the hard drive and temporarily install it in a desktop as a slave. Boot that system and get the data that you need. Programs cannot be copied this way. Then replace the drive and continue as above.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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