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Skrrohilla
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My pc is showinh system board missinf or invalid. I want to know whether my data is recoverable or not. Thank you.

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@Skrrohilla -- My PC is showing system board missing or invalid. I want to know whether my data is recoverable or not. 

 

I am not sure which component is your "system board" ?

Is the message originally displayed in English, or did you translate?

Post the original message. Microsoft Edge can be used to highlight the message, and "translate to English" the highlighted words.

 

If it is your disk-drive, there are a few possibilities that will lead to a solution:

  1. motherboard is failing -- purchase a replacement motherboard, or purchase a new computer
  2. no power is reaching the disk-drive -- loose power connector?
  3. the "data" cable is not connected to the disk-drive -- loose connector?
  4. the other end of the "data" cable is not connected to the motherboard -- can you try a different SATA socket on the motherboard?
  5. the motor that spins the disk-drive has failed -- replace the disk-drive
  6. the file-system written on the disk-drive is corrupt, causing that "invalid" message.

The next steps, such as using software like RECUVA, if #6 is the fault, depend on your response.

 

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