Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
At boot up I get a black screen with non bootrable device at the top of it.
I have tried booting from cd with ubuntu (linux) and the drive says it is not mountable. I have also tried plugging into another PC via a usb cable and it says no partitions found. I need to try and recover some data, what should I do?
Someone may know a free utility; however,
"Partition Commander" (any version) by vcom may recover it for you. Versions 8, 9 & 10 worked wonders when I used them from recovery and other disk/partition tasks.
Hope this helps!
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