Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 lost partition and analysis issue Topic is solved

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#1 Post by Manu404 » 27 Oct 2012, 12:50

Hi,

I'm currently having a problems with a crash during the installation of windows 8, and as a morron, no backup done :oops: .
I just got the system reserved partition but my main big partition is unmountable in windows 7 BUT it's browsable in windows XP. (i've recover 50% of my data)
The problem is that i don't have enough free storage on my other disks to backup the rest of the data i would like to preserve. Here's the two partition and the error message :

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Bad relative sector.
Space conflict between the following two partitions
 1 * HPFS - NTFS              0  32 33    13  44 63     209632 [Réservé au système]
 2 P HPFS - NTFS             12 223 20 121601 224 63 1953327392
The analysis directly go to 100% and than stop responding to keyboard inputs without crashing.

Here's the datasheet of the harddrive at page 10 table 1 : http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/supp ... 29369b.pdf

Do you have any idea about a fix for that ?

Grtz
Emmanuel Istace

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Manu404
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Re: Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 lost partition and analysis is

#2 Post by Manu404 » 28 Oct 2012, 12:04

I've solve the issue by delete the system reserved volume.
As i don't need this anymore, this is solving the overlap bug. Just done a partition check and now everything work fine :)

Anyway, thank's for this super tool.

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#3 Post by Fiona » 29 Oct 2012, 09:56

Thanks for your reply!
Your Réservé au système-partition was a little bit too big !
It's your boot partition.
Actually has no drive letter, so that user can't modify it.In your disk managemanet console, It's also possible to resize partition and make this partition a bit smaller.
But if your already solved your problems, I'll set your topic as solved.

Fiona

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