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Hard drive on an eMachine computer desktop has crashed. Computer won't boot. Is there anyway to get files off the crashed hard drive?

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Take the hard drive to a local computer guru... recovery will depend on what caused the crash, and what has happened since then. Basically, he or she will need to try to boot your hard drive with another tower, or pull all the info directly from the disks themselves. If you had to ask this question, you're gonna need help to fix it.... Sorry.

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My E-machine Desktop w3622 restart Over and Over again. Before this problem started. There was a error code: 0x00000000001 missing file or memory and then another error code 0x00000000000 missing. Then the problem started. Is there a way to fix it. If Yes How?

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