HP Support does not typically accept out-of-warranty hardware repair requests.
HP is not a general repair house.
Find a local repair shop in your region and ask about the specifics (costs, parts, shipping, warranty / guarantee for the repairs and the process).
Remember: Reputable technicians do not hide information and will perhaps provide a written contract.
Expect that your data should either have been removed or considered already lost.
Expect that you may have to pay for shipping - and you will be responsible for packing, too. Make sure you use a reputable shipper and consider paying for insurance in the event that the contents are further damaged.
Expect that you are responsible for asking relevant questions about the process. "He didn't tell me" won't help later. Make a list.
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