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You might want to call them when the drive is back in his PC
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called 'em and alls well! thanks alot!


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Thank You for letting me know
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I have had simlilar type of problem here, I took out the harddrive, which if it is a laptop means going slowly until one is sure of what ones doing. But, with the harddrive out of the laptop I could put it into an external harddrive case and could retrieve the data that way. I am not sure if the program Belarc Adviser would help you here. Oh, and there are probably some file permissions to fiddle about with too, but I agree once you have the key and the data, nuking the drive sounds sense to me.
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