I have a Sony VAIO laptop running Windows 8. This pc will no longer boot up.
I have many saved video editing files that I would like to recover from it.
I do not want to use Windows8 recovery methods because they will not recover these files.
I also have a HP desktop pc running Windows VISTA. Both pcs have USB2 ports.
Can I run a USB2 cable from my HP desktop to my Sony laptop and access the files
on the non-booting hard drive on the Sony laptop?
If yes, what do I need to do to transfer the files from laptop to my desktop?
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