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Reading server hard drive on xp

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Hey Guys

New guy here. I am doing some IT work for a company. The company is scaling down alot, had 3 servers but will only be needing one. Setting up the one server I will be able to figure out, the problem is getting the info from the existing server hard drive. When plugged into my xp computer it picks-up the hard drive as unformatted and unallocated space.

As you can see I am no expert, and definitely not on servers. Their is some sour grape between the IT company who setup these servers and the company I am doing this work for so I don't have any password etc. and also wont be getting some but as you can imagine their is some desperately needed data on these drives.

Please have patients and please help.
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