$MFT and $MFTMirror mismatch / SYSTEM DRIVE !! / SOLVED

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sweiller
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$MFT and $MFTMirror mismatch / SYSTEM DRIVE !! / SOLVED

#1 Post by sweiller »

Hi all,
After days of trials and search I just found a way to solve this difficult problem especially on my Win7x64 System Drivez when Testdisk says : both are Ok but mismatch ... Use checkdisk.

Well checkdisk /f did not solve anything...

But (after full Windows system backup with Macrium Reflect | compression max | verify) booting from a live USB stick with ubuntu-18.04.4-desktop-amd64.iso and selecting in file section my system drive (WIN7 x64) then repair did the job in one second !

Enjoy !
Sylvain

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Re: $MFT and $MFTMirror mismatch / SYSTEM DRIVE !! / SOLVED

#2 Post by recuperation »

sweiller wrote:
27 Apr 2020, 00:32
But (after full Windows system backup with Macrium Reflect | compression max | verify) booting from a live USB stick with ubuntu-18.04.4-desktop-amd64.iso and selecting in file section my system drive (WIN7 x64) then repair did the job in one second !
I have no clue what you did.

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