I made the mistake of updating Windows 10 a few days ago and when it came back up my 3TB Barracuda XT drive dropped from my drivepool.
I could get it to mount, but it would not initialize. When I ran testdisk I got something like 60k read errors and noticed that the drive is not being identified correctly. The drive model, S/N and size are completely wrong. (See below)
I tried to run seatools as they claim it can fix all kinds of things, but it did absolutely nothing. I'm hoping there is a way I can get it to recognize properly so I can correct the underlying issues and get my data off of it. As it is now, no tools will read it.
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filewin32_setfilepointer(\\.\K:) SetFilePointer err Incorrect function. Warning: can't get size for \\.\K: Hard disk list Disk /dev/sdd - 4142 MB / 3950 MiB - CHS 503 255 63, sector size=512 - ST_M13FQ BL, S/N:36A6EB854321 Partition table type defaults to Intel Disk /dev/sdd - 4142 MB / 3950 MiB - ST_M13FQ BL Partition table type: Intel Interface Advanced Partition: Read error file_pwrite(6,1,buffer,0(0/0/1)) write err File truncated Write error: Can't write new MBR code. Interface Advanced file_pread(6,1,buffer,0(0/0/1)) ReadFile Incorrect function. Analyse Disk /dev/sdd - 4142 MB / 3950 MiB - CHS 503 255 63 Current partition structure: Partition: Read error search_part() Disk /dev/sdd - 4142 MB / 3950 MiB - CHS 503 255 63 file_pread(6,16,buffer,32(0/0/33)) ReadFile Incorrect function.