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Guys I'm in a big pinch right now. My computer (32-bit Vista Home Premium sp2) refuses to boot up (it keeps crashing with an error code 0x7b). I don't care about the computer right now but I need to backup the data inside it.
My computer has a single physical drive partitioned into
I've tried doing an external boot with Hiren's Mini-Windows-XP however there seems to be some bug with it because when I view my
D:\ file system using Hiren's Mini-XP, there is only 16 GB of data see-able. However it's weird because when I right click
D:\ drive >> properties, it shows that there is 116 GB of data (which is the correct amount).
I've ensured that the folder options show "hidden files", so where is the remaining 100 GB of data?
How do we transfer the data from a computer into an external drive when Windows doesn't even boot up?