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Please help me guys. My Disk have corrupted and chkdsk have failed to repair although it have detected the corruption. It is external HDD and I don't know if there is any tool I can use apart chkdsk. Both partition in the drive are corrupt and they have my very important Data.

I hope to hear from you guys
I have attached the screenshots.
Thanks alot!

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Last Post by Stefano Mtangoo
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The Theist got that wrong too: Time Travel; Klingons; Ferengi; the Delta Quadrant, etc.!

Anyway, to your problem. What would I do? I think the same as you.

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I would use Storage Manager in Admin Tools to look at the partitions;

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If Explorer didn't see the files, I'd try DOS and then Chkdsk. At this stage I wouldn't use /R or /F in case the fixes destroyed anything.

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Then I'd use a commercial Disk Doctor program under Windows to see what that could repair.

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If I couldn't rescue any files from from Disk Doctor or a DOS view, I'd invoke the fix functions of Chkdsk and go round the loop again.

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At the end of the loop, I'd be resigned to losing my data.

Keep us posted.

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partitions are there but one cannot get opened, and another get opened and you see no files! Very strange, I almost every time invoke chkdsk with /r and /f but guess what, the same problem.

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Frankly I wouldn't piss around. If the data is really important, then a small outlay to obtain a commercial recovery tool might help.

You can google "disk doctor data recovery" and you'll see a choice of solutions.

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check disk get terminated with unknown error occured.
I will check to see what more I can do, but anything is appreciated

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As I said, if the internally provided tools don't unpick the error, then you should consider software designed to solve similar problems - although there is no guarantee.

When I've hit a full stop, I've bought a solution and don't regret the outlay.

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