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If your hard drive was running at the time you dropped it, your hard drive might have crashed. Sorry to tell you this buy you most probably need to replace the hard drive.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
It's very possible that the hard drive is phyically ok but suffering from data damage caused by the fall sliding the write head around. Try starting in safe mode. If same type error occurs, try repairing windows with the install disk. (Go through the windows install till you see the option to repair existing windows installation) There may be other damage, or it may really be broke, but won't hurt to try.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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