I own a Lenovo Yoga 2 13 2 in 1 that came with a western digital hybrid drive. About a month ago my computer got stuck in the automatic repair loop. I was able to trouble shoot to problem down to it being to hard drive as it would not let me boot from BIOS or any other alternative, and Lenovo doesn't have a safe boot mode like other windows computers so I wasn't able to run any kind of recovery or press f12 and have anything come up other than the window leading to BIOS. So I was told that I could get a docking station, get my hard drive out of the Lenovo and just pull the data, reformat it and partition it. The only issue is that my older computer is windows 7 with only USB 2.0 so I don't know if that's a really big issue. When plugging the docking station up, which is USB 3.0, it takes a good 30+ minutes to read the drive but it shows up as local disk d and disk management is showing the format type as raw for the main drive but the tablet drive is showing as NTFS and I can read that one just fine. When I click on the main drive as local disk d under computer it takes forever to load with the "parameters are not correct" error message. I would really like to get everything I can off the hybrid drive as it has 4-5 years worth of important stuff on it and I downloaded a recovery software that doesn't really want to read the drive. I've let it run for over 4 hours only for it to still say it's preparing the drive but with no recovery actually happening. What would be the best thing for me to do to get all my information recovered and to get my hard drive back in working order?