I have a hard drive that went bad, BUT I can still see (and recover) all of the files when I connect the bad hard drive via USB, using a SATA Cable.
With the bad drive, I can still boot and get to the Windows Desktop, but it freezes within seconds and produces the BSOD. The same happens when starting in Safe Mode. I believe I have a bad sector on my hard drive that is preventing my computer from completely launching.
Is there a way for me to clone or somehow do an export so that I can retrieve my application settings for Outlook, Dreamweaver, Office, etc..? Thanks.
Thanks for the reply....
I have been able to recover all of my data from the failed drive. My question was more related to if there was a way to recover application settings for each of my applications.
For example, I have about 20 email addresses that I was using in Outlook. Instead of adding each one individually (because I haven't backed them up for quite some time), I was wondering if there was a easier way to do this? The same applies to all of the rules I was using in Outlook. Is there a way to recover these by using the files I was able to recover?