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motherboard is fried. I checked.
Did you take out the hard drive so you can recover the data (or better yet buy the same model put that hard drive into the new laptop and BAM! same laptop)
My wife's compaq (same model) has a fucked hard drive. We're putting this hard drive in hers as soon as it comes from her mother's house.
Oh that's nice at least you will have one working laptop tho you will still be one short at the end.
We're also keeping the battery and shit, just incase the battery on hers gets fucked.
Yeah its wise to keep it but are you sure the battery wasn't the problem?
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- yeah if you got it out you may have another device (someone el…
- you were cool until you said everything is relative
normalcy is subjective
- get the hard drive out?
Well, I have it out. Looks like it can't be connected to anything but another laptop though.
yeah if you got it out you may have another device (someone elses laptop, or if you happen to have a desktop) but if it is that old check what the connector area looks like, sata looks alot like a usb and the the newer drives have a thin connector for powering the device, while the older old look like clear pins, dont know enough about those but i am sure you can research it
Unless your laptop's drive is proprietary (it shouldn't, the thing is 6 years old), you should be able to connect it with standard cables and adapters.
If your laptop is old enough, you might need an IDE connection instead of SATA (IDE is pins, SATA is not).
Unless it's your hard drive that failed, you should be able to recover all of your data.
That would be unlikely, maybe there is just removable add-on connector on ordinary sata ports. Check model number online to see how it looks, or how replacements look.
Could be his hard drive that died, in which he means his laptop died. Who knows?
- your ignorance disgusts me
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