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How to recover data from broken computer or laptop

I understand. I know what it means to have a broken computer and not know how to retrieve the data. Thousands of files, photos, miscellaneous jobs, mp3s, go to smoke and inaccessible just because you cannot turn on a computer.

But I have good news for you. The solutions are there and are all within reach.

In this article I will explain how to recover data from a broken, corrupted, compromised computer. Whether the problem comes from the software or from hardware, if your hard disk is not compromised, your files are easy to recover.

You will surely find yourself in front of two cases:

Your computer turns on but Windows (or any other operating system) is damaged. Never formatting in these cases, you may compromise your data definitely, especially if you reinstall the operating system. First, retrieve the data, and only when you save them to another media, reinstall the operating system.

Your computer does not turn on, for example, when the motherboard is damaged. In this case, you extract the hard disk and recover in the way that I will tell you later.

Know before continuing this article, that any action taken after reading this is under your full responsibility. Data recovery is a delicate operation that must be accomplished by experienced hands, so if you do not know what you are doing, do not do it . This is because, although the operations I will describe are simple, if done incorrectly, they can result in the permanent loss of your important data.

But now we continue with the article we analyze case by case:


Data recovery from broken computer: Windows does not start


This is the easiest way to recover data. Our goal is to view the contents of the hard disk without starting the operating system that as mentioned earlier is damaged. There are some versions of Windows and Linux that are called Live versions . Live versions means they are not installed on the hard drive but are bootable from the cd and are designed specifically to solve technical issues on your computer.

A famous version is Hiren’s Boot Cd . This has a set of really great installed tools. You can retrieve data, check the status of your hard drive, ram, and more. In short, a version made for technicians.

Alternatively, you can create a live version of Windows, also using Bart Pe Builder , a software that lets you create live versions on a CD and boot it from your computer. Specifically, the program creates .iso files, that is, the image files you can burn, using the appropriate functions, in an empty cd. Since your computer does not start, you can try creating a live CD from another PC.

1 Step, Settings from Bios


If so, you can also skip this paragraph if your computer’s BIOS is already set up correctly.

To start booting from the cd, we need to set the right settings in the Bios, the program that allows the operating system to boot. If you are not good at computers, be careful when entering the Bios because you may want to modify unwanted settings.

To say the Bios is that program you see as soon as you turn on the computer, the program shuts for a few seconds and then disappears. If you watch, as soon as you start your computer, you will see that the Bios itself tells you how to access. In fact, typically at the bottom, a typeface is displayed: press Delete , or press ESC , or press F2 again.

Then press the button. Once you enter the Bios you will have to make sure that in the Boot phase, ie in the boot phase, read the CD first and then the hard drive. These settings may be unnecessary; in fact your Bios may already be set to read the Cd Live when the computer is turned on before the hard drive. In fact you have to keep in mind one thing:

if the BIOS first reads the hard drive, then the operating system installed on the hard disk first starts, if it reads the cd first, it will start what is first in the cd (especially if it is a boot cd, for example live versions we will go).

 2 Step: Retrieve data from the old hard disk partition

Started Windows from the live cd go to Start , then on Computer and note how many partitions are available. You will definitely front partitions as C: or D: .

One of these should be the old partition where you saved old files, photos, various jobs, in short, all your precious data to recover. Now, connect an external hard drive to your PC through the USB port and transfer your precious data to the external media.

Retrieve computer data that does not turn on

To retrieve data from a computer by turning on the speech is less machinable from the software point of view, but you have some manual operation to do. First you need to disassemble the hard drive from your computer, and then use a USB SATA / IDE converter to recover data easily. Having to deal with my clients’ computers, I have often faced this problem: recovering files from computers that did not turn on. I was going to connect the hard drives in a machine (another way to call a computer) that I used to hook up to this, hooking them up like Slave . This can also be done by you: it is about to connect as SCHIAVO a hard drive along with the main one in the data bus.

It’s a long and tiring operation, but I do not recommend it. My recovery job changed when I discovered the converter that converts data from SATA / IDE (typical hard drives) to USB. I’ve got this model on Amazon, a product that has turned out to be really efficient even with old hard drives. It manages both 2.5 and 3.5-inch hard drives.

The operations you have to do in this case are three:

Pull the hard drive out of your computer. For notebooks it will be enough to open the back door to pull it out and you laptop data will be safe.

Connect the hard drive to the converter device, which in turn will have to be connected through the USB port to another perfectly working computer.

Recharge the data from the device to which the device will give you access, usually a drive such as E: or F will appear in the Windows Computer section. Hopefully your all data will be recover

Well, we came to the end of our article. Certainly the operations to be performed require delicacy and competence, but if you follow my directions and you are well documented on the internet about what you do not know, it should not be difficult. And remember that responsibility for the safety and health of your data and just yours, as well as everything you will do with your hands. If you have any doubt please feel free to ask for comments about data recovery.

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