My customer brought me a dead laptop drive. Tried several things, attached to other computers via connectors, spinrite, getdataback, put in freezer....
The bios does not recognize the drive. Is there any way to boot the drive in the laptop and access it as a network drive
to get the data - even if the bios doesn't recognize it?
Nope - if the BIOS doesn't recognize it, the only other thing you can try is to replace the logic board from an identical drive - it needs to be the same PCB revision. Otherwise, it's the big bucks solution
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I've attached the XLSM Excel spreadsheet I used in the video and also text files containing the macros used below.