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Subject:Re: Data Recovery Question From:Martin Bosworth <martinhbosworth -at- gmail -dot- com> Date:Thu, 26 Jan 2006 14:06:47 -0500
On 1/26/06, Jonathan West <jwest -at- mvps -dot- org> wrote:
> If the drive can be recognised by a PC at all, then the simplest thing to do
> is configure it as a slave IDE drive (I assume it is IDE) and add it is as a
> secondary drive on another PC. If the PC recognises it, copy off everything
> you need. If the PC doesn't recognise it, then you probably need a data
> recovery expert. That can be expensive.
> Jonathan West
That's what we're doing. It doesn't boot at all when slaved to another
PC. We used a disk recovery utility to access the system folders, but
we can't find the data files.
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