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Putting my drive from my laptop in my desktop to recover files.

Alright so basically here is the problem I am facing.  I have an HP Elitebook 840 that was given to me by college and when I went to go turn it on today it gave me the error code: 0x0000034 which states: The boot configuration data file is missing some required information. File\BSD .   I was wondering if it would be possible to take out the SSD that is in this laptop and put it in my desktop in order to save some files from it.  I would not use it as a boot drive.  Any advice on this before I take it to my college help desk and they wipe it? P.S. The system I would be putting it in is in my signature if that makes any difference.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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Alright so basically here is the problem I am facing. I have an HP Elitebook 840 that was given to me by college and when I went to go turn it on today it gave me the error code: 0x0000034 which states: The boot configuration data file is missing some required information. File\BSD . I was wondering if it would be possible to take out the SSD that is in this laptop and put it in my desktop in order to save some files from it. I would not use it as a boot drive. Any advice on this before I take it to my college help desk and they wipe it? P.S. The system I would be putting it in is in my signature if that makes any difference.

Thanks!

Just hook it up like a normal drive and take what ever files you need.
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Just hook it up like a normal drive and take what ever files you need.

what he said butt If the laptop had a password on it you may want to google the little script called take ownership that will allow you access to copy these files over easily. 

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