Then run GetDataBack and select your bad drive (usually this is DISK1, or HD129 in the classic GetDataBack). What does this mean? Regards Howard Oct 26, 2007 #3 Bluemouse TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 195 Hey, So there is no chance of recovery? Top Q.
Already a member? It seems like the drive will continue to work fine for the moment, but I need to figure out a way to copy files (if they're still available) off of this RE: Disk failing and has disappeared - any chance of saving G0AOZ (TechnicalUser) 18 Sep 07 15:17 My understanding of I/O Error Unknown error (23) is that it's a bad or If the files look okay, they most likely will be okay after you have copied the recovered files to a safe location on another drive.
What are the differences between GetDataBack Simple, GetDataBack for FAT, and GetDataBack for NTFS? Code: F:\>chkdsk The type of the file system is NTFS. Since then explorer locked up when i tried to access the drive and I tried to do a chkdsk on it but had it fail for not being able to access Getdataback Free Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums!
Regards Howard Oct 26, 2007 #9 Bluemouse TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 195 Yeah, ill try plugging in the sata cable again in a little while and see if I Getdataback Error 23 While running GetDataBack I received a disk error. I don't know which file system I had on my drive before it crashed. navigate to this website Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc.
This worked once and I planned on doing it again to get my files off of it. Getdataback Simple Manual Or remove the drive and connect it to another computer using a USB connector. I've left it for 24 hours and it's still on sector 481000 out of 1953259519 (around 2.4% through). Windows is able to detect HPs 10 GB recovery partition without any problems, and the other (OS / documents) partition shows up but will not open.
Advertisement Recent Posts Word List Game #14 dotty999 replied Nov 26, 2016 at 8:03 PM All browsers have been hijacked. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/262857-32-help-errors-scanning-hard-drive-getdataback Another option is booting your Notebook with and running GetDataBack from the Runtime Live CD. How To Use Getdataback Ntfs when I got your notice .. Getdataback Tutorial If I can pull some data off manually, couldn't a file recovery program get more than that?
It has so far discovered 0 Index Allocs, Boot Sectors, Files, and 0 MFT entries. check my blog I checked help and found that this was an unrecoverable read error. Click here to join today! If it Initializes and you have to Format it .. How To Use Getdataback Simple
The 2nd(Maxtor) drive is the issue. Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature. Regards Howard Oct 26, 2007 #5 Bluemouse TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 195 Odd, I jiggled a few wires (very little at that, i barely touched it), and it seemed this content In Disk Management, all other volumes are NTFS as usual, the recovery partition on the bad disk is FAT32, and the primary partition is showing up as RAW.
A disk error is a sign for a hardware problem. Getdataback Simple Instructions Seagate 500gb external hard drive 0x8007045D I/O device error More resources See also Recovery of data from portable hard drive with i/o error How to fix i/o error in external hard I was using the same adapter to test my Laptop HDD .. (it has a bad sector) Glad you were able to get another supply.
If not, run the hard drive diagnostic utility, that should tell you whether there is an actual problem with the drive. Top Q. Contact Us For Technical Support and all other inquiries. Getdataback Simple License Key It's currently crawling through the file system, repeating "File record segment XXXXXX is unreadable." The drive has been plugged in for several hours now, so it's completely thawed, and the machine
I tried scanning the hard drive, but after an hour it had only done 40MBs on a 111GB drive. You are probably not going to get much data from it unless you send it off for recovery, where they can bypass the drive's own diagnostic processes (which can actually be When the Freeware's couldn't ... have a peek at these guys Regards Howard Nov 1, 2007 #23 Rik Banned Posts: 3,814 Put simply, it's a dodo!
If your files look okay, you can copy them to a safe location on another drive (full version only). Why don't I see any drives? I'm trying to run a backup now, but its crashing every little while. As soon as I booted it up I could hear the death click from the hard drive.
You must have administrator rights to access drives or partitions. Sounds like a good idea, but id prefer to get the data back first What is a pcb anyways, and how would I swap it? Recommendations: Regarding point 1 you should check the beginnings of the bad files with a hex viewer (you can use DiskExplorer for that)). In GetDataBack Simple, check "Deleted" underneath the recovery tree.
But there's no Guarantees. Make sure that the second hard drive is recognized by the BIOS. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > How much do an arm and a leg cost anyways?
Swapping it is a very bad idea as the only way to do it is to buy an identical hard drive and do it that way, you will not be able Register now while it's still free! If the files are found you can evaluate the quality of the recovered files. The other partition seems to have no problems, though.