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Old 01-08-2007, 09:09 PM   #21
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.. see if you can run...

chkdsk /f /u (I think this is it...) or it may be scandisk..

idea is to scan for and 'remove' damaged sections of the drive at which point you should be able to re-install it.

worse case...sometimes, with the right device, one can attach the laptop HD to a desktop as a slave...and recover the data, if not fix it.

Another thing you can...try if your desperate.
Remove the hard-drive, place it in a ziplock bag...
place it in the freezer... though these is usually used on a
'failing' drive. As others have stated this sounds more like the
drive might have been 'damaged' when you dropped it.
It doesn't mean the drive is trashed neccessarily, but a section is messed up and it would appear it's an area where part of the Os is written to.
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