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Old Jun 17, 2004, 04:39 AM
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Smokin: When that happened to me, I took it in to my PC man, and he used some special software to copy 95% of the disk onto a new one.

There are tools that are available that go deep into the operating system, and will copy till they find a bad track, then skip it instead of trying to copy and ending up crashed.

Finfd a PC guru. You should get back most of your data.
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