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Access Internal Storage without the laptop working

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by TDarksonn, Sep 23, 2019.

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  1. TDarksonn

    TDarksonn Thread Starter

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    Okay i know from the start every Computer and Laptop is probably unique but my laptop wont boot up anymore but i still have a pc in my house is there any way that i can access the Internal Storage from my Laptop to retrieve some files without paying my local tech guy like 200 bucks.

    http://www.trekstor.de/products/2in1/detail-2in1/product/primebook-C11B.html
    the laptop that does not work anymore for some reason
     
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    I think that laptop actually uses an M2 SSD or possibly it's even soldered onto the motherboard as is the case with many low end laptops like this. There is an little panel on the bottom that apparently opens up to reveal an expansion slot for an M2 SSD, if you've added an extra drive to i then thats where it'd be.
     
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    A bit off topic: Why do they sell devices running Windows 10 with only a 32GB ssd? That's criminal. The drive can't handle any updates because there isn't enough room. Every new version of Windows 10 has to be cleanly installed.
     
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