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1720 SMART Hard Drive imminent Failure

Posted on 2004-09-17
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The problem is that I am receiving this message and being prompted to push the F1 Key to Boot but when I do that I get a non disk or disk error push any key to continue message. When I push any key the same Non disk message comes back, what can I do to get back into windows to back up my files?
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It's too late to try to boot from this disk - try attaching it as a slave in another machine.  You may need a tool like GetDataBack from www.runtime.org to access the files.
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