Question about HP Pavillion G50-111NR Notebook
The best way to attempt this is to set your drive as a slave drive and put it in another system. If the system can recognize the drive you may be able to retrieve some files. If its reads some of the files and you're able to attempt to retrieve them you can also try putting the drive in the freezer. This will help if there are loose parts on the arm and head. The cold will contract the metal and tighten it up for a few minutes so you can maybe read the drive. If the system can't see the drive the only way to recover anything is to send it off to a data recovery company. They're sometimes very expensive though but the only option is to rebuild the drive and fix it enough to try to get the files off of it. Not something you can do a home. Has to be in an special room.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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