If you internal hard disk goes bad and you had to replace it, know that there is still a way to salvage the files in there. You can get this device that connect to the hard disk and then connect it to your PC using a USB port. This device will have its own power source, so it kind of turns your internal hard into an external one. Chances are you'll read some wierd file names that you want to save somewhere. Then you COPY those files and save it with the extension that you think is appropriate like jpeg if those were pictures. Do NOT RENAME those files so that you always go back to them. Here is the name of that reader. I'm sure their site will provide more instructions on how to recover your files. SATA/IDE to USB 2.0 Adapter gives you the flexibilty of connecting almost any type of drive to your computer via USB. The SATA and IDE drives are all supported and can be easily hot-swapped to your system. The included external power adapter will allow you to power your drives outside your system giving you the ability to quickly add or swap between drives without opening your case. My good news is that the files can still be recovered. Hopefully, you did not decide to reformat it when you wanted to recover and reinstall the system files. Reformatting wipes everything clean so if you took that path, then I hope you kissed your files goodbye because they're gone for good.
Now for the parable. The internal hard drive is your life with memories, decisions, ideals and inspirations. Sometimes, these get buried and blurred in the humdrum and grind of daily living. Recovering them is like what the Lord exhorts us to do in Revelation
More reflections about restoring one's first love.http://www.godswill-wellness.com/first-love.html