Wrong Geometry

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kaxyus
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Re: Wrong Geometry

#11 Post by kaxyus » 25 Mar 2012, 12:36

Hi Fiona,
ok, I understand.
one last chance... what do you think about to use Ubuntu to fix the NTFS filesystem damaged.
Is a valid option?

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Re: Wrong Geometry

#12 Post by Fiona » 26 Mar 2012, 11:56

Might be an idea to test Ubuntu.
Please let me know if you get better results?
It's advisable not to change anything to your file system.
It can increase damage.
Ubuntu contains TestDisk too!
Otherwise try PhotoRec or another datarecovery software to recover data.
Then you can consider to have a try to repair your file system.

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Re: Wrong Geometry

#13 Post by kaxyus » 27 Mar 2012, 14:04

ok, thanks Fiona!
I'll let you know.

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