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Old Dec 17, 2004, 08:23 AM   #1
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Unhappy Is data recovery possible?

One of my pin got jam in the harddrive. when i boot it detect the model with extra numbers after that it said "boot failure please insert system boot disk".

After that i try to pull the pin back out at boot up it detect the drive model correctly but it doesn't say insert system boot disk it just get all screw up with line flash on and off.

Is it possible to recovery the data from the harddrive? did i mess up the harddrive from pulling the pin back out?

I'm using win xp pro with ntsf file system it detect HD in drive device manager
but doesn't show up in my computer.

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