hahaha, who puts porn on the work laptop?
I'm sorry it died on you, Guap. I wish I had something more useful to add. If the old drive died, then you need one of those services that can recover the data from the drive. If the laptop died because of something else, then it's a matter of troubleshooting and replacing whatever failed. Once that's done, then the drive should be just as you left it. Probably you can find a best buy that can do it all (they'll probably send the drive out to recover files, if they offer that service. I seem to remember it's pretty specific skill set, but I could be wrong), but first you have to troubleshoot, because you might not need a new drive.
Although, all that said, it probably is the drive. That's usually what fails.