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Any professional computer repair shop will have the equipment necessary to extract the data from a corrupted or otherwise 'dead' drive. The cost is usually no more than $100.00 unless a replacement hard drive is part of the deal. This is your best bet to safely recover data.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Aug 02, 2013 | Cell Phones
Sorry to hear of your difficulty. Usually in your kind of
situation data can easily be recovered using any data recovery
software.But my personal suggestion to you is to first try to run a demo version
first and if you see directory list of your lost data then only proceed with
when OS fail to install then file System of your hard drive can go corrupt
which can result to invalid disk error.
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