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Error message 2000 - 0142 is there a way that I

Error message 2000 - 0142 is there a way that I can retrieve the data off of this failed hard drive?

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It depends on how "failed" the disk is.

Search online for a professional "data recovery service".
For much money, these companies can repair a disk-drive,
just long-enough to make one attempt to copy all the files
onto a new disk-drive.

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