- Aug 5, 2020
My mistake ... What I wanted to say was: you can remove the hard drive and try to put it on another pc or else (you need another pc and a 5Gb minimum USB stick) you can download the ISO file and create a pen bootable. Then just plug it in and change the BIOS to USB.Problem is, I only have USB on my PC, dont have any CD/Dvd. And I'm sorry, not sure if i got the "if you notice a little bit of connection" part :/
Data you do not have at least two copies [on separate media] is data you do not care about. ALL drives fail; it is only a question of when your drive will fail.but it will erase all my data
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