I'm facing a situation where i would like help to recover my partition table.
I have a 3TB WD Red NAS internal HDD being used as secondary storage through a USB/eSATA Dock station. I'd formatted the drive by converting it to a GPT Drive on a Windows 7 64-bit PC and Quick-formatted as NTFS. Recently, my laptop reported that the drive is
The drive is not formatted, do you want to format it now?
and symptoms are same as described here - http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/Advanced ... MFT_Repair.
I've run testdisk and the screenshots are as below.
Windows Disk Management screencaps -
The Analyze/Quick Search was at 39% at the end of 4 days before a power outage took out my dockstation. I dont have a PC right now and hence using the dockstation via USB to run testdisk from my laptop (configuration - Win 7 64-bit). I'm using the 32-bit testdisk version (http://www.cgsecurity.org/testdisk-6.14.win.zip) but i dont have the latest testdisk.log file since I re-ran it as Intel/PC Parition.
Since it being detected as a EFI-GPT disk type, there is not much guidance or documentation available on cgsecurity and the Analyze/Quick Search is taking an awful long time.
Please advise how should i be proceeding here. Any help will be truly appreciated as there is nearly 2 TB of data on my drive. Thank you!