Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
You hard drive has failed. Take it to a service center and have it replaced.
If you are lucky the service center may be able to recover your data from the old hard drive.
Otherwise, restore the last backup you made of your data to the new hard drive.
If you don't have a backup then you have just learned the hard way how important it is to backup your computer. The bright side is that it is very unlikely that you will make this mistake again. Check out Mozy.com for a very inexpensive backup solution.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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