Have you replaced the original HDD and if so is Puppy able to access the data on it.
Some BIOS information http://www.bcot1.com/bios1.html
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I was asking if the original HDD had been replaced in the computer that it had been removed from and data recovery attempted from there.
I did not fully understand what you meant by:
"Have you replaced the original HDD and if so is Puppy able to access the data on it."
Yes good news for data recovery and the data should now be backed up to a second computer for safe keeping, then return the HDD to the original problem computer and we can move on from there.
What I did do was take the original HDD out and put it into an external USB reader.
The drive came up with no errors. All data seems to be there. Good news as far as data, bad news in regards to computer problem.
How was this achieved please.
I have backed up the information.
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