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IF you can still boot, backup as much data as you can.
If you cant boot from it, you need to replace the hard drive, you can then either connect the damaged HD as a second drive and save your data, or fit it in an enclosure or docking station.
Once you have saved your data, you can reformat the drive, run scandisc to attempt a repair it, you may then be able to use it as a spare/second drive.
I have had a few drives fail as system/bootable drives, but have been perfectly ok to use as a second data disc
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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