i have a toshiba satellite notebook and recently i dropped it. When i dropped it the hard drive popped out along with the screws of the cover of the HD. quite recently when i pluggd the HD it started working for 20 min (the windows screen came up and i logged in.. everything looked fine). i tried to plug it in again and it didn't work so i opened a few screws of the HD and peeked a little inside and then i refrained from opening it completely because i realized i should have prior knowledge before acting.
so now when i turn the power of my pc the windows pc doesnt even show up or anyting..
so my question is that when i peeked inside the HD could somemthing like a spring or the Disk get ruined. Is it possible to dissect this laptop HD without destroying it. I cannot pay expensive recovery for it but i need the data if i can get it by paying fewer than $150. please tell me what you think is best to do
here is the info. about the drive.
It is a fujitsu.
PART NO. CA06531-B250000T
SER. NO. NT43T55255BS
here are 2 links imp. links in which i am trying to find my answer.