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Laptop's HDD is Locked (Axioo neon tnn)

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#1 hardtothinkusername


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Posted 08 August 2018 - 11:39 PM

I hope you guys understand my problem, i dont speak english well

Laptop fell down from the second floor upstairs (OS is windows 7 64 bit)
everything is good except the hdd
it said locked
it can reach the windows startup , it stucks after the laptop brand appears
sometimes it is really hard to enter the bios

i tried to format it in desktop pc, but it cant be read if i plug the cable when the dektop pc's on
so, i plugged it when the desktop pc's on, now it said hdd is locked
there is my primary hdd , but it read the laptop hdd that i plugged, i dont understand

so, i cant format it in the different pc
and it is impossible to re-install, open the cmd and boot's third party software
because after i choose the usb or dvd, it stucks at "hdd is locked"
so i cant do anything

can i fix the hdd? or it is broken completely?


Edited by hardtothinkusername, 08 August 2018 - 11:41 PM.

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#2 DavisMcCarn


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Posted 09 August 2018 - 09:41 AM

With that large of a fall, the odds are overwhelming that the hard disk drive is damaged and must be replaced.

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