[Closed] My laptop crashed and how to extract back the data ?
Hi guys I am in a really bad situation . My computer crashed yesterday showing the error message something like "disk read error restart by pressing ALT CTRL DEL" . I have a few question to put forward... and it is open to suggestions
Please leave any suggestions guys . I am in serious need for help . And is this a hardware issue as google suggest . If so how am I able to access my hard disk drives via kali linux ?
asked Sep 27 '16 at 01:20 AM in Installation & Setup
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answered Sep 27 '16 at 12:56 PM
Sean L ♦♦ STAFF
Vault files: you can copy paste your vault files safely and they will work, you can also go the launcher settings and specify a new directory for your vault files.
The launcher: you cannot copy past the launcher, you need to reinstall it, don't worry it's not that big of a file
Your project files: these are the most important files that you should definitely copy
The engine: you can copy it but sometime it works, sometime you have to make a few extra steps, and usually you will run into a few issues along the way, not to mention that you need to start the engine directly from UE4editor.exe, and you cannot launch it from the launcher. I would recommend to re download it if possible.
Since you are able to access your files using linux, your harddrive should be intact, however your pc is not recognizing the harddrive meaning that an essential file for startup is corrupted. If you don't have one create a windows repair disc, here's a small tutorial (windows 8 and 10 have a similar feature): http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/32523/how-to-manually-repair-windows-7-boot-loader-problems/
Please backup your files before attempting any repair
Gd luck :)
answered Sep 27 '16 at 02:56 AM
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