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    Hello everyone, I am seeking your help regarding a hard disk of a notebook that I was damaged and I had replaced without ever try to recover the data I had now that I have a desktop computer I tried to connect it then to see what errors he or at least recover my personal files but once connected, I try to boot from my ssd hdd I am blocked from the second you start windows. Even if you change the bios from ahci mode and setting the ide mode can not log in to windows. Can you give me a hand?

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    Try to get a linux live CD of Mint. The discharges from here and burn it on a CD, that you put it in the player, turn off the PC, turn it on and it should enter the Linux operating system. Go to Computer and look for the hard disk of your former handset, and if you recognize him to come in and see if you can save the data.

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    First of all thank you for the answer! but you can run it from usb stick or something? may seem like a crap, but not going to save I felt the need to take a recorder for the PC and so I have not taken XD if there is no way I can easily cmq to borrow a reader.

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    If the bios allows you certainly from usb. As long as you create a bootable USB stick with a live linux. There are several that do everything from prog x only create the bootable usb.

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    Of course that is fine also key. Exhaust Universal USB Installer that is a. Exe and therefore is not even to install. Enter the key on which you want to run Linux, open the program and look for your distribution since Mint 10 is a bit old fashioned, is not listed in the latest versions of the program but just choose and try unlisted ISO at the bottom of the list of Linux distributions. Then select the letter of the key, check the box to format it and the key is ready.

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    In the sense that it is as long as the procedure to start it set the BIOS and so on, and when I said in fact it is better it is just long to go but it is the best way just meant that it is faster in as it is a flash memory which is by far the most performance of a DVD media.

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    Probably the hard disk has some bad sectors, and this limits | prevents the correct copy of the file. If at the end you can with linux would be better because the process to fix the hard disk may even render it unusable at worst. First you need to find the brand of the hard disk. Without this we will provide you a specific tool for the analysis and recovery of bad sectors. This can however lead to loss of data .

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