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Remove hard drive from ecs g900 laptop

I need help finding out where the hard drive is located and need to remove hard drive from ecs g900 laptop for data recovery

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Hello friend please help me I need a backup bios of the notebook ecs G900. if you have any problem with your laptop I can help. Please send backup to

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To access it it is on the bottom and you have to remove the screws
but you should BACK UP FIRST

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No hard drive detected!

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Mar 30, 2014 | Dell Latitude E6500 Laptop

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I dropped my Toshiba Satellite A215-S7437 and it landed with the screen side down, breaking off both of the small latches, popped the keyboard up in the middle and now it gets no further than the TOSHIBA...

A sudden impact is probably one of the worst things for a standard hard drive. The force from a fall is more than enough to knock the needle into direct contact with the magnetic medium, which is usually spinning at 4200 to 5400 revolutions per minute. The result: horrible scratching of the medium's surface, which is so delicate it can't work effectively if even the most minute dust particle rests on it.

Here's what you can do to check and see if you have any recoverable data:

First, the hard drive in your laptop is a 2.5" Serial ATA drive. To attempt any data rescue at all, you must first find an external hard drive enclosure that will fit this size. Also, you need to make sure the enclosure is compatible with SERIAL ATA drives (or SATA, as its more commonly known). Be careful NOT to get an enclosure that requires an IDE connection (IDE is the common term for Parallel ATA, or PATA, so skip over anything that says IDE or PATA).

The right enclosure will fit a 2.5" SATA drive and will allow you to connect the hard drive to another computer via USB.

To remove your hard drive from your...departed...laptop, follow these instructions:

1. Make sure the screen is closed, then turn the computer over so the bottom side is facing up.
2. You will see a series of little access doors fastened with single philips head screws. Using the cardinal directions as a reference, If you're looking at your laptop and the battery is in the north position, then the hard drive bay will be on your left side on the opposite end from the battery. (See the picture for a clear guide to its location.)sgoldberg08.jpg

3. Remove the two screws and lift off the access door to reveal the hard drive.
4. The hard drive is likely fastened to the computer. If so, remove the four screws (two on each of the hard drive's long sides) to release it.
5. Remove the SATA connector from the end of the hard drive and lift the drive out of the case.

You will now need to put this hard drive in the enclosure you bought. Follow the instructions that come with the enclosure if you need to (it's really very easy though-easier than removing the hard drive from your Toshiba). Once the hard drive is properly connected and enclosed, use a USB cord to plug the unit into another computer.

If you hear the drive spinning but Windows fails to recognize the drive, that's going to be a strong indicator that the hard drive is damaged. The true extent cannot be known, but you will at least know the hard drive was responsible for your computer's failure to boot following the fall.

If Windows cannot recognize your drive, you're going to have to seek more rigorous means of getting any data back. There are software suites that can do a fair job, but they're not free and they're not cheap. Try searching for "hard drive data recovery software" on your search engine of choice. There are also services that will have you mail them the hard drive, and then they will perform all kinds of intricate methods of extracting salvageable data. Again, however, such services are not free, and they are REALLY not cheap.

If you find this solution helpful, please leave a positive rating!

Jun 16, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A215-S7437 Notebook

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Trying to find the drivers for the wirelesscard in this laptop do you know where to get them?

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Jun 18, 2010 | EliteGroup ECS G900 Notebook

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First you should stop using the device where your lost video located. And ask the help of some thir-party software. Here I recommend you to have a try on Data Recovery, which enables you to recover lost video with ease. If you are using Windows, photo recovery can also fit your requirement.

Jun 22, 2010 | Fujitsu LifeBook A6010 (FPCM31831) PC...

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Going to reset my computer. Where can I find the reset button?

If you're trying to restore the Computer to factory settings, then you can use the VAIO Recovery Center that is shipped with the Computer.

  1. Click the Start button, then click Help and Support . NOTE: If the Help and Support link is not available on the Start menu, re-enable the link in the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window.
  2. In the Windows Help and Support window, click Backup & Recovery .
  3. Under Backup & Recovery , under VAIO Recovery Center , click Launch VAIO Recovery Center .
  4. In the VAIO Recovery Center window, under Choose a program , click to select the desired option: NOTES:
    • It is strongly recommended that recovery discs be created to help restore files if the operating system will not start. Recovery discs are bootable and can be used to perform a recovery on a properly functioning hard drive.
    • The Windows Backup and Restore option opens the Backup and Restore Center provided with the Windows Vista® operating system. This provides the ability to save information from the hard drive, such as personal data files, and restore previously backed up data.
    • Computer problems related to hardware can be diagnosed using the VAIO Hardware Diagnostics option.
    • One or more drivers or factory-installed applications may be reinstalled with the Reinstall Programs or Drivers option.
    • The entire (C:) drive can be restored to its original, factory-installed condition by selecting Restore C: Drive .
    • Choosing Restore Complete System will restore the entire (C:) drive, while removing or restoring the Recovery Drive partition. Modifying the size of the hard drive partitions is also an option with this type of recovery. This option requires you to insert Recovery DVDs created using the Create Recovery Discs option.
    • To remove all data from the hard drive, including the operating system, all programs and personal data, choose the Wipe and Erase Data option. This option is provided for the convenience of advanced users who want to install a different operating system, and who want to ensure all data has been removed from the hard drive first. All other users are strongly urged to avoid selecting this option.

May 17, 2010 | Sony VAIO® VGN-CR120E PC Notebook

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Confusion over backing up Hard drive?

one side is USB for into Laptop and other side is for out of Data Drive
you can find easly at  the shops.

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Data Recovery from a broken Tecra A4 notebook.

Get yourself a 2.5 hard drive box (no hard drive in it) costs less than a tenner on ebay. Remove hard drive from current laptop, put it in hdd box, connect to another computer via usb provided and you will be able to read from it like it's a flash drive or cd. Then just copy files you need to other laptop or CD or flash drive. No damage done to original hard drive.

Feedback is appreciated thanks. Jenny

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Sep 02, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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ECS Elitegroup Laptop Driver ---here is the site of ECS, you can download here your driver. Just Choose from the drop down boxes your Product Category, the Model of your ECS Laptop and Version if any and click on next and your driver will appear. Hope this helps.

Mar 29, 2008 | EliteGroup ECS G900 Notebook

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