Ouch! Do you have a food vacumn sealer? If not then put it in a Ziplock freezer bag and suck as much air out of the bag as you can with a straw, you want to minimize condensation. You can then put it in the freezer for a day and if it's a SATA then prepare beforehand, like have your OS running etc. and then see in 'computer' if it's recognized and get the stuff off ASAP. If it's an IDE, then you'll have to install the drive first, then boot and less chance because it will be spinning up ATT and exacerbate the problem but at this point you've got nothing to lose unless the pics are important enough for you to send it to a lab, figure a good $1,000. The technique has sort of worked but don't expect too much. Good luck mooseantlers.
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