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When eva i start my note book it says preparing for crash dump!!! how would i recover my files i dont even hav parted my hard drive!!!pls help me!!!!

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To recover your files you will need a 2.5" external sata usb hard drive case. Take the hard drive out of your lap top and install it in the case. Plug the USB drive into another computer with enough space to copy all the files you want to save. Once you have all the files backed up that you need format the drive and re install your operating system fresh. Then load all your rescued files back to your laptop with another external USB backup drive. This is the only way and I know it works because I have to do it every time I thrash my laptop running bad cracks. Please take the time to rate this fixya for sharing my secrets for free. If you need more help feel free to ask.
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Step 1shock.gifpen up your steam
Step 2: Go onto your games list
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