file recovery from Windows 7 missing in boot options

My loptop completely collapsed work after that a blue screen of death took now place their and error at start up and it does not load windows 7 seems to be missing my hard drive could recover from this? is there a way to run my drive of windows 7 is broken and have no way to get a new one? is my hard drive died a need a new? Why do we say that my part is locked? Thank you for your time



Test your hard drive

Go to the website of your computer manufacturer > search your computer specifications > know brand of hard drive > access the Hard Drive manufacturer's Web site > find and download hard drive Diagnostic software and make a record of start of it on the computer that you use to get here, following their instructions > test your hard drive to see if it has failed.

And you can also use this method to test your hard drive:

"SeaTools for DOS.

"SeaTools for BACK tutorial.


If it's OK:

Make your own information system repair disc in this tutorial:

"How to create a Windows 7 system repair disc"

"This will show you how to create a system repair disc Windows 7 to be able to use to start the system recovery options to help recover your Windows 7 installation, if you have not a Windows installation disk, can't find your Windows installation disc or can not access the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer.

A system repair disc is not able to install Windows 7.


If you are unable to start your Windows 7 to create a Windows 7 system repair disc, and then you could create on another computer for use on your computer. »


Then, use this disk for System Recovery Options:

"System recovery options".

"How to run a startup repair in Windows 7"

See you soon.

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