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Fujitsu Hard Drive Data Recovery


I have been using a Fujitsu Lifebook AH531 which has suddenly stopped loading after I did some alterations to the BIOS screen. I changed the setup so that it would load the default settings, as I was advised to do after the laptop became unmanageable. I was told to create a series of default settings, save and then go back into BIOS and safe the configuration to the default settings load option. I asked the BIOS to save my changes, and then exited, and the laptop shut down, but did not reboot. I have pressed the power button to try and boot the screen after half an hour of waiting, but it wouldn’t go further than the Fujitsu logo screen. After some alterations, I went into BIOS setup and did a few changes, but the laptop will still not boot up correctly. I am left hanging on the login screen, prior to the Windows loading screen. There is no response to anything else I have tried. I need the data from the drive as it contains files I need for work.


I have a Fujitsu Lifebook laptop which has stopped working completely. I try to boot up from the system, and the computer goes into the Windows screen, to the point where I can see the Windows Icon indicating that it is loading. Then I get a completely black screen, and then it moves to a new screen with red vertical lines. After this, the screen goes completely white. I tried to connect the laptop to an external monitor, thinking it was the display, but the secondary monitor shows exactly the same problem. I think therefore that it must be some kind of problem in my hardware, but I don’t know where to look. If the system is not working as it should, can the data be recovered from the hard disk?