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Dropped laptop on ground, now it wont boot up

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Dropped laptop on ground, now it wont boot up

tenkawakemehime
A few months ago, I dropped my laptop on the concrete floor of my basement. It turned off and I was able to turn it on again but then I got a blue screen a few minutes later and it shut off. When turned on, it says no bootable device check cable connection. I turned it off and used a different computer. I have family photos, personal information and things I'd like to get off it. How do I do this? Is it completely gone? I don't even hear spinning when I turn it on, I just get the screen I mentioned before.

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      ronaldreed489

      Don't worry. Collect your drive and connect it with other computer and try to restore files with file recovery software. For more details check this link, http://youtu.be/chwTWjSpan0

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      oliverpowell

      I strongly suspect that the internal hard drive might have damaged, though not sure weather its logical or physical. Consider removing it from the problem Laptop and connect it externally using SATA/ USB cable. See if the system can detect the hard drive and you'll get a chance to try recovery software and recovering your precious documents. You can find the list of recovery software on below mentioned URL:

      http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/questions/external-harddrive-file-recovery/

      If in case the drive isn't detectable anymore, you might not able to perform recovery using software. Recovery professional will be the last resort to get your data back which may charge you ** A LOT MORE**

      Good Luck though!!

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      brightonrecovery2014

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      oliverpowell

      I strongly suspect that the internal hard drive might have damaged, though not sure weather its logical or physical. Consider removing it from the problem Laptop and connect it externally using SATA/ USB cable. See if the system can detect the hard drive and you'll get a chance to try recovery software and recovering your precious documents. You can find the list of recovery software on below mentioned URL:

      http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/questions/external-harddrive-file-recovery/

      If in case the drive isn't detectable anymore, you might not able to perform recovery using software. Recovery professional will be the last resort to get your data back which may charge you ** A LOT MORE**

      Good Luck though!!

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      brightonrecovery2014

      Our experienced team recover data from failed Raid Systems and our service is unbeaten. We recover data from failed RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 5 systems of any configuration or make. We can recover data that has been rendered otherwise unusable as the result of a RAID rebuild failure.Leading data recovery specialists in the Brighton. We can recover data from any devices that store user data including desktop PCs, Laptops and many more.

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      ronaldreed489

      Don't worry. Collect your drive and connect it with other computer and try to restore files with file recovery software. For more details check this link, http://youtu.be/chwTWjSpan0