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Laptops, by design, are bound to get their hard drives broken more than desktops since they are "on the move".
A hard drive is usually made of moving internal parts so it is very sensitive and may malfunction after getting hit.
You can consider buying an SSD hard drive - it is more like a large disk on key formed as a hard drive.
It has no moving parts so it is more durable to physical hits.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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