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more help on laptop please what is best way to get data off hard drive

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taken hard drive off laptop as laptop died how can i get data off please Read More
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
taken hard drive off laptop as laptop died how can i get data off please
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
also can anyone tell me if this spec is good and what a machine wold cost with it thanks

PROCESSOR
Intel® Core™ i5-560M Processor (2.66 GHz,3M)

OPERATING SYSTEM
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English

SYSTEM RECOVERY
OS Media MUI Windows® 7 Home Premium (64 BIT) Resource DVD

OFFICE SOFTWARE
No productivity Software selected


SERVICES AND SUPPORT
3Yr Next Day Hardware Support

ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE PROTECTION
No Accidental Damage Support

DATASAFE ONLINE BACKUP
Data Safe Online Backup 2GB - 1 year license

SECURITY SOFTWARE
McAfee® Security Center 15 Month Subscription

LCD
15.6 FHD B+RGLED TL (1920x1080) 1080p with 2.0 Mega Pixel Integrated Camera

MEMORY
4096MB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [2x2048]

OPTICAL DRIVE
8x DVD+/-RW, & Blu-ray Disc™ combo drive (reads Blu-ray Disc™ & writes to CD/DVD

HARD DRIVE
500GB (7,200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive

MOBILE BROADBAND
Mobile Broadband Not Included

PRIMARY BATTERY
9-cell 90Whr Lithium Ion battery

GRAPHICS CARD
1GB NVIDIA® Gee Force® GT 420M Graphics Card

WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY
Intel® Wireless LAN 6200 2x2 802.11a/b/g/n card (EUR)

BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth Card 3.0 (EUR)

TV TUNER
TV Tuner Not Included
#2
whatsThePoint
Get a caddy £4ish on ebay

sorry im a bit thick sometimes what do i use caddy for?
#3
You sure it's not the hard drive that died?
#4
would this one be ok and the reason im asking is dell want me to trade in my old laptop and say i have to pay £400 for this one any good

link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/HARD-DISK-DRIVE-CADDY-ENCLOSURE/dp/B002UZRRXG/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1296846776&sr=8-5
#5
thesaint
You sure it's not the hard drive that died?

spoke to someone says graphic card
#6
where does it say on hard drive which one?
#7
found it says IDE so is the caddy from amazon ok or would you recommend another thanks
#8
dont leave me now guys
#9
so just put it in caddy then you can connect to any computer? any thing else needed?
#10
If you go on ebay and look for item number 110620054110 it is a SATA drive for £3.15

and item number 110620054108 is for the IDE version for £3.15

If you type in the model number of your hard drive in google it should tell you what drive you have so you can buy the right one :)
#11
Now you know its IDE, just buy the IDE one i posted form ebay, and get a USB cable and can plug it into any PC. All you need to do it unscrew 2 screws connect the HD to the caddy you have just unscrewed then pop it in the caddy and screw 2 screws back up and use :)
#12
Chuckles1001
Now you know its IDE, just buy the IDE one i posted form ebay, and get a USB cable and can plug it into any PC. All you need to do it unscrew 2 screws connect the HD to the caddy you have just unscrewed then pop it in the caddy and screw 2 screws back up and use :)

great thanks did you see spec for laptop any good for £400?

Edited By: shadow1 on Feb 04, 2011 19:36
#13
mumbojumbo
That's a very nice deal for £400 if it includes 3 years Next Day onsite warranty - that's normally about £140 on its own. i5 processor, Blu-ray, GT 420M, 1920x1080 HD screen, 500GB 7,200rpm hdd all for the price of a budget machine. :)

thanks so should go for it then
#14
shadow1
Chuckles1001
Now you know its IDE, just buy the IDE one i posted form ebay, and get a USB cable and can plug it into any PC. All you need to do it unscrew 2 screws connect the HD to the caddy you have just unscrewed then pop it in the caddy and screw 2 screws back up and use :)
great thanks did you see spec for laptop any good for £400?

Looks good for an i5, where did you find it, and why not put it up here you should get some heat :), replied to your PM too :)

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