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when i turn my computer on in the first screen thing it shows no hardrives detected.
and in the bios it shows no hardrive either
the harddrive makes a wierd noise to
i would like to just beable to boot it to get of some of my important data
any idea?

thanks in advance

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if the HDD is plugged in correctly, and it's not detected, you need to take it to a lab, and be prepared to pay up to $1000 for the data recovery.

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yes it is set to auto in bios
and it is pluged in correctly
i have tryed in another computer and got the same problem
isn't there a linux version which you can use for data recorery or something

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there are quite a few versions of anything, but if your PC doesn't even detect the disk, no version of linux will detect it instead

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so does that mean there is nothing i can do
without speeding thousands of dollars
or is there someway i can repair it myself

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trying to repair such a thing on your own is just a waste of time. and if you still have warranty, trying to repair the HD would cancel it.

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I feel for you bud had a HDD crash once and had all my stuff on it.now i got 3 back up drives 2 external and 1 internal.

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it had no warrenty so it doesn't matter if i make i worse
i just realy wanna fix and get data my self
be good thing to learn even if it is difficult or impossible

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