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Hi All,

Am not able to access my D drive. Am getting the I/O error while accessing it. Please help me as I have all my files on this drive. Am using Windows 7. Please find the screen shots for reference.

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Here are some troubleshot advices:

Click Here

Aditionally, open a command window (start-run-cmd) and type this:

C:\>cd D:\

than

C:\>d:

If you did connect to the hardware type ls or dir in order to see if the OS recognizes your files:

D:\>dir
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Hi Ancient Dragon,

It is a partition of internal drive.

Thanks in Advance.

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Hi Lucaci Andrew,

Please find the screen shot.

I tried to enter into D drive using CLI mode but again the error is throwed.

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Hi Reverend Jim,

Please find the post of disk management that you asked.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
Cyril

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Hi Reverend Jim,

It seems like the data in D drive is lost from the diskmgmt snapshot.!!

Please let me know.

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That doesn't look good. My only suggestion at this point is to make a complete image of your disk (in case the next step screws everything up), then download and burn a gparted CD. Boot off that and see if you can use the partition table editor to manually put in values for the D partition. This might get you access to D in order to copy the files off (that is if the data has not been overwritten). Have a look at this before doing anything.

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