You have to remove the disk and install it in another machine or maybe a USB-connected external drive case. I bet a beer, though, that there's some kind of Linux-based live-CD tool that will do this.
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There's a slightly less painful way to do this without purchasing another drive enclosure. It's a fancy but not very expensive cable that plugs right into the removed hard drive, and connects to another pc via usb. Third-ing the boot CD answer. This will get the computer into a state where data can be transferred, assuming the problems are not hardware-related.
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I don't know much about different types of hard drives and I haven't yet taken the drive out of the broken machine. But would you guess that the hard drive from an 8-year old VAIO laptop with 14'' display, to get an idea of the size is likely to be one of types that works with that adapter?
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I can't imagine any way how that would work. It supports network drives as a target for storing a drive image. It will work.
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I would suggest you to contact Apple for more support. Shalini Surana - Microsoft Support.
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File transfer from Mac in Target Disk Mode to Windows 7 via Firewire
Tell us about your experience with our site. LeMonGrel Created on February 10, Hi there I do hope you can help Have just forked out for a firewire cable and am trying to get that working. Have switched the Mac into "Target Disk Mode" which makes it behave just like an external hard drive and plugged it into my laptop via firewire.
Under Devices and Printers the H: Drive appears but it is not browsable.