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  • So what you see before you is a relic.

  • This is a del inspire on it seems some better days.

  • It's got a broken him check.

  • Even the chassis is cracked, but that's okay.

  • This has been around the world a couple of times.

  • It's even been on an Afghanistan military deployment.

  • So yeah, that's Afghan dirt that you're seeing.

  • Probably.

  • But you've heard me talk about this before.

  • This is for my brother, who is a, uh, retired military veteran.

  • And I got basically it handed to me and was like, Hey, it doesn't work anymore.

  • But we've got really important pictures would like to get off of here, So can you please save those?

  • I was like, Yes, I can save those.

  • In fact, I'm not trying to you one better.

  • I'm gonna try and save the machine.

  • It's not really worth saving, but, hey, they can let their they can let their five year old pound away on the keyboard or something.

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  • First and foremost, we have to understand what the problems are Now.

  • This is an old T 4400 based Pentium dual core, loosely based upon the core two duo architecture.

  • But here's what we're dealing with right here it works.

  • And in typical fashion, you know when when somebody who's not, you know, really versed in computers hands, you compete with a problem, you go.

  • What's wrong that they go?

  • It's just not working.

  • You're like, Well, what doesn't work?

  • And they go, Well, it doesn't start now.

  • That could mean maybe the picture isn't coming up.

  • Maybe computers and power on.

  • In our case, it will sit right here loading for the longest time.

  • And then what happens is it basically tells us that we have a corrupt, um, boot sector.

  • Basically, it just actually gives you a boot error and like an error code and the whole deal, when I love, though, is the built in diagnostics.

  • And let me show you this part because I feel like I'm playing an old, like a dork turn based video game.

  • It's all text based.

  • That sounds like I'm playing an old school game, man.

  • If we go all the way back to, like yeah, yeah, who remembers?

  • Remembers when this was the sound effects you got in games.

  • So what this is basically telling me is that it actually detected an error the last time.

  • The last time it tried to boot.

  • Self test Self test log contains previous errors.

  • The given air coded message complete can be used by Dell Technical support to help diagnose a problem.

  • All right, we just want to continue.

  • Yes, we're going to eat now.

  • It's testing the optical drive.

  • This has an optical drive and a PCMCIA slot.

  • And it was a pretty massive slot back there.

  • It is right there.

  • Yeah, this whole giant car that was about that long would slide into that socket in.

  • And that was actually how you had hot swappable devices in a laptop.

  • What's funny about that now?

  • Because everything's just done through either Thunderbolt USB three, Type C whatever Look VJ test.

  • We're color bars displayed like that like that font.

  • So we're going to board this.

  • But I just thought that was interesting little piece of information to show you that this had actually a built in diagnostic and it did catch the air.

  • The air I caught was actually just previously logged error, saying Windows wouldn't boot.

  • Now this was updated the windows 10.

  • Thank God he actually participated in the free windows upgrade.

  • Because had this been an old Windows Vista machine or, God forbid, a Windows EMI, which I highly doubt I think this was initially the next machine.

  • I think I could be wrong.

  • I don't have boot drives or boot discs for any of those operating system.

  • Sure, I could easily go online and get it, but because this is Windows 10 we might actually have a chance of recovering it through my Windows 10 disc right here.

  • So we're gonna try this first.

  • See, this is why I say Look, it's on Windows 10.

  • Here's the problem.

  • It'll sit here on preparing automatic repair forever.

  • It does not move from this point.

  • A couple of things this could mean one.

  • It could just be a corrupted sector of the hard drive that destroyed the boot loader.

  • Or it could be a bad hard drive.

  • Pull together?

  • I don't know.

  • So yeah, we just need to make sure Windows doesn't automatically wipe itself, Which it can do.

  • What about What about Bob?

  • Well, my one woman what is it gonna boot off this?

  • We don't want set up, though.

  • We won't retire.

  • Because if I do set up, that's gonna that's gonna screw us because it will wipe the drive, so, you know, set up 64 bit.

  • We're gonna tell it to repair.

  • If it can't repair, then, um, we'll do that.

  • We'll do it.

  • The easy way to take the drive out, offload the pictures, and then go from there.

  • So we've been sitting here for a while, and it's just not actually loading.

  • You have a cursor.

  • It was actually loading a menu.

  • So here's what we're gonna do.

  • We're gonna go and play it safe, and we are going to shut this down.

  • We're gonna open it up, take the hard drive out, use one of my hot swaps, leads from my animals, which is just a state of two napkins drive thing, and then we are going to recover the data.

  • Make sure that's nice and safe, and then we'll see if we get this working again.

  • But that is a secondary mission.

  • Objective primary mission objective is to save the pictures.

  • Otherwise, then you're dealing with an upset sister who's known to get emotional at simple things.

  • Imagine losing priceless, irreplaceable photos that way.

  • At the end of all this, I'm like, What's this?

  • It wasn't just The thing is like, uh, now this is the atom Most Dr Slide for two and 1/2 inch Seita drives.

  • It's not meant for computers like the sense we're about to use it, but it's nothing more than a hot swap Dr that has a sled that's designed to go into the animals.

  • But this will work with any drive, and as you can see, it has the SLA kits and slots and all you need.

  • There's nothing actually mount this down, so you don't wanna lift it up and break it if you've never broken one.

  • These tabs is they're extremely brittle plastic, so you just slide it in like so, and then it terminates to a USB three point.

  • Oh, and this one right here is actually for supplemental power.

  • So you have USB three point out and in a little bit extra power going through there.

  • So we're gonna plug this in right now, navigate the extremely unnerving contents of my sister in law's hard drive and with the ASU computer side by side.

  • In contrast, it's kind of insane, given how far we've come in the last nine years in laptop technology.

  • So it's actually a partition on this drive right here.

  • So we're seeing local disk D and local disc F.

  • It's indexing it right now, but so far we're not getting any sort of capacity is show up.

  • And that worries me a little bit, because if this drive is completely corrupted, I don't have the tools necessary to extract the contents from it.

  • Now there are companies and sources out there that you could send a hard drive to, and they can recover lost data even from bad sectors.

  • I personally don't have the ability to do that, so but ends up going that route today.

  • Unfortunately, I won't be able to show the results of that.

  • So the recovery partitions showed up, but the local disc F is still not and what's interesting is the recovery is half full.

  • But what we noticed right now as we're sitting here waiting and waiting and waiting.

  • But the drive is not actually turning.

  • Oh, yes, it is.

  • Something is not right with this Dr which we kind of already expected.

  • Right?

  • So we're looking to the performance graph for the drive, and you could see it goes up Thio 100% usage here, right?

  • Actually, active time.

  • This drive has probably been completely just It could have been shocked really bad.

  • I mean, there's all kinds of things that could have happened with this, but you see here read speed, right speed.

  • It's just completely sitting here doing nothing with active time.

  • So I'm thinking this drive might unfortunately be unrecoverable by me.

  • Anyway, I feel bad, though, because I'm trying.

  • I want to get these photos off of here.

  • But I can't make me look like a little glimpse of life for a split second there and then stopped.

  • No, that might be why Windows continues to fail the boot.

  • Because we saw update repair, trying right and update.

  • Repair automatically happens if it sees what two or three failed boots automatically.

  • Which means this Dr could've just been shutting down in the middle of the boot process.

  • I'm gonna make the call.

  • I'm gonna make the call to the cysts.

  • Wil j survive.

  • Well, unfortunately, guys, this is a fail video.

  • They happen every now and then.

  • I love those videos that have the happy ending where everything worked.

  • But it's not a total loss, because I took the 7200 rpm one terabyte drive, which is a bit of an upgrade from her 250 50 gig, 4 55 5400 rpm.

  • Jeez, numbers, hard talking.

  • And I wouldn't put that inside of her system.

  • And we're now installing Windows 10 which means now, at least this will still work.

  • Hardware wise, there's no problem with this, so at least has a silver lining because we were able to get ah, working computer for her once again.

  • But I guess this is a lesson in keeping backups of things that really really matter to you.

  • Phil, we need to back up our design elements folder on my computer that has, like everything we youth, you guys wanna go.

  • I wish this had a happy ending.

  • Unfortunately, now my sister gets to experience with the recovery is like when you send it off to a specialist.

  • So yeah, no idea that's gonna cost her.

  • But she's not too happy.

  • Lesson learned in backing up your important data.

  • So hopefully next time we can have a happy ending.

  • Not that kind of happy you don't know.

  • We don't pay for the happy ending this time around.

  • I should have.

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So what you see before you is a relic.

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義理の弟の10年前のノートパソコンを修理しようとしている... (Trying to fix my Brother-in-Law’s 10yr old Laptop...)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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