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First be sure the drive is a vaible drive.....meaning it should be in it;s originbal PC it came out of and able to boot up on the installed OS. If it can then you are in luck..... install the drive you want to copy to as a slave and use a program like DriveCopy or Norton Ghost to copy the entire drive.....or if you are just after select files, you can use the copy/paste method to the drive. By trying yo use the drive in a different PC it will not boot since it has the other PC's drivers on it =( If the drive will not detect in it's native machine then most likely the drive is lost (unless you pay to clean room recover the contents....spendy!) Let mem know if you need more help!
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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Windows Password Cleaner
Available in Live CD to run offline
This is a utility to blank the password of any user that has a valid local account on your Windows system.
You do not need to know the old password to blank the password.
IE Asterisk Password Uncover allows you to view passwords hidden with asterisks in password fields in web pages and ActiveX controls.
Click start control panel scroll to folder options view place a tick in show hidden files folders and drives
There are also Data Recovery programs that might be very helpful to recover your important information.
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TestDisk is a powerful open-source tool for recovering your data.
Not only can TestDisk perform basic file recovery like undeleting accidentally deleted files from FAT, NTFS, and ext2 file systems, but it comes with a host of additional functionality.
With TestDisk you can recover your boot sector from a backup, rebuild your boot sector, fix FAT tables, fix your MFT, locate the ext2/ext3 backup SuperBlock, copy deleted files from partitions to recovery media, and find lost partitions in dozens of formats to help you locate your lost data.
(Free Edition) is my top pick as it proved to be way ahead of the competition.
It comes with a very intuitive interface which is suitable for all users.
It has recovered 1GB in 85 seconds and managed to recover all 106 files after the disk was formatted.
Help files are very good explaining most of the recovery methods step by step. A must have for any computer.
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