it's hard to know what to recommend without knowing the model
is it under warranty? do you care about the drive or the data?
if you have nothing to lose, you can try opening the case and see if you can connect the drive internally. there's several caveats
first by opening it you void any warranty
second, if toshiba's like western digital, they skimp on usb drives and don't make a sata interface: they just put a proprietary USB interface straight out of the drive (pic related), and you can't plug that into a desktop
so yeah googling the model may help you find out whether you have those USB interfaces (and maybe steps on how to open it safely)
a few exampleshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YYCrFwMrEUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhFyJDNAvkghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pS_EDsP2KI
(at about 5:30)
then you'd connect it to your desktop like sohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7W3mdiHIyo
when you boot go into the BIOS. check the drive is visible. then make sure your boot drive is the main drive, not the drive you just plugged in.
then just work from there.hopefully you'll be able to see the drive from windows explorer and copy the data from it.
if you can't see the drive or there's a lot of errors or weird noises (clicking, screeching) it's probably physical failure and should be left to data recovery professionals.