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Hi i am trying to recover data from my asus eee box pc that crashed. i have the hard drive out and in a cradle attached to my laptop, but i can't find the my docs folder or desktop folder and other user data. can you help me?

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My computer drive crashed. How can I retrieve the data?


If the operating system program was all that crashed, then yes, you may be able to recover data. If the hard drive itself failed totally, then your only possible option is to take it to a data recovery specialist. They can often recover data off these devices as they have special tools and software to do it. They are expensive, though, so unless the data you are looking to recover is very important to you, it;s probably not worth the cost.Now if the hard rive itself still runs, but just won't run Windows, you can remove the hard drive and connect to to another PC as an add-on drive and access the files that way.

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You can retrieve your data provided they haven't been overwritten untill now .
Download a recovery tool to do the job for you :
Free Recuva works fine : http://download.cnet.com/Recuva/3000-2242_4-10753287.html
Do not try to recover all at once but each category at a time , documents , pictures , music ...etc...
If it fails , try this one . It's not free but very efficient : Tenorshare Data Recovery. It can recover data after deeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost data due to accidental erasing , system sabotage, virus corrupted partitions,drives crash, physical damage,etc..
http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/index.htm
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I need to restart the netbook to go back to factory settings


You will need the following items:

1. External USB DvD Drive; Can be purchased from local retailer
2. Your Asus Eee PC Restore Disk; This should have come with your netbook. You can order an additional disk by calling Asus, 888- 678-3688.

3. Once you have the above items be sure all your photos, music, documents, data etc. are backed up to a flash drive or dvd. A factory restore of an Asus netbook will ERASE all personal data on the hard drive. You must back up the data on another device in order to preserve it!

4. Connect the external DvD drive to your netbook and insert the Asus Eee PC Restore Disk.

5. Restart the netbook and boot from CD (usually the default key to boot from CD is F12).

6. Follow the onscreen instructions that are on the restore disk.

7. After installation of all software, update windows and reinstall all your necessary software.

8. Enjoy!

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If this drive is partitioned as it appears to be, then the only way to make the c: drive bigger is to backup your data and delete both partitions and recreate the partition as a single drive. Then re-install your windows program, restore your programs and recover your data from backup.

You could also purchase an external hard disk drive to store data in and leave your partitiions alone.

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yyou could remove the hd and hook it up to another pc then transfer your files

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Failed to initiate error means that either the hard drive or hard drive controller have failed. Your best bet is replace the hard drive. If the data is valuable there are some companies which can recover for a price.

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Disk read errors mean that the hard drive is failing. You need to replace the hard drive. Do it soon and stop using the computer. Otherwise you will not be able to recover any data.

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