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What the hell is this

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Yeah your windows install is fucked, as is possibly your HDD. 

 

Although I question why you're running XP in the first place? 

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Probably a shitty hard drive or SSD


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Just now, hackgod said:

How do I recover data

You could try making an Ubuntu live USB and booting off that, or maybe pull the drive and stick it in another machine as a secondary?

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2 minutes ago, hackgod said:

How do I recover data

Use any live cd/usb.

Linux based...there are several of em.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, snowfox99 said:

You could try making an Ubuntu live USB and booting off that, or maybe pull the drive and stick it in another machine as a secondary?

I tried on the second machine but no good

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Just now, hackgod said:

I tried on the second machine but no good

What do you mean by "no good"? The drive wasn't detected at all? The drive was detected but no data was on it?
 

If you want help you have to be more specific about what's going on.

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Just now, snowfox99 said:

What do you mean by "no good"? The drive wasn't detected at all? The drive was detected but no data was on it?
 

If you want help you have to be more specific about what's going on.

It was same as in the video

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Just now, hackgod said:

It was same as in the video

So you tried to boot off the broken drive? That's not a good idea

 I was suggesting to connect the drive as a secondary drive to a PC that already has an OS on it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, snowfox99 said:

So you tried to boot off the broken drive? That's not a good idea

 I was suggesting to connect the drive as a secondary drive to a PC that already has an OS on it.

I have a netbook so only one sata port 

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1 minute ago, hackgod said:

I have a netbook so only one sata port 

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In that case the linux LiveUSB route would be a better option for you

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, snowfox99 said:

In that case the linux LiveUSB route would be a better option for you

What is it and how to use it

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