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September 5, 2006, 6:23 pm
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All those navads I downloaded, all the great games, my emails on
outlook, my video clips and pictures
(I have taken the hard out and tried it else where and it still does
not respond!) the hard started making scratching noises. Does anyone
know if my hard is not responding and it's not booting if there is
anyway to still pull the data out?
where do I find a new hard for toshiba laptop? does it have to be
toshiba hard? anygood place to look for them and anything to keep in
mind while buying it?
Re: HELP!! My laptop died! Do I lose everything??
as long as you get the right interface (there are only two, IDE and
SATA), and you get a drive whose thickness is not greater than the
laptop will accept (they come in several thicknesses, but most laptops
will take any thickness of 12.5mm or less, and most current drives are
As to the old hard drive, that's where all of your data is. If the hard
drive did not fail, the data should be recoverable. If it did fail, the
data is probably gone for good.
Hopefully now you understand the reason why everything on any computer
(laptop or desktop) should be backed up.