No file found, filesystem may be damaged

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No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#1 Post by Ulio » 01 Nov 2013, 20:04

Dear all, I am new to this forum, and almost new to TestDisk also.
Therefore I beg for your patience, beside your help.

My 500 GB Packard Bell Go disk crashed. The disk was non-partitioned (I mean, no partitions created by me).
I am trying to recover the data it contained, but I come to the following result.
What should I do? Please... help!
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Re: No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#2 Post by cgrenier » 02 Nov 2013, 11:36

Do you know if you had a FAT32 or NTFS partition ? It's unusual to have FAT32 for large disk.
Can you try Deeper Search after Quick Search ?

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Re: No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#3 Post by Ulio » 02 Nov 2013, 18:47

Dear cgrenier, thanks for you reply.
I don't know if it was FAT32 or NTFS. I just bought the disk and copied files inside... :?

Here are results after Deeper Search tool.
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I forgot that the disk was damaged after falling to the floor.

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Re: No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#4 Post by cgrenier » 08 Nov 2013, 19:27

Try PhotoRec. In Options enable the expert mode, start a recovery on the Whole space of the FAT32 partition,
when asked, tell PhotoRec to try the unformat method. You may be able to recover your files with the original filenames.

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Re: No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#5 Post by Ulio » 11 Nov 2013, 17:41

I tried it.
Subdirectories number grow quickly and then stops in a few seconds always to the same number. See picture. Then there's no way to do anything, I cannot even kill photorec process from ctrl+alt+canc window.
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Re: No file found, filesystem may be damaged

#6 Post by Ulio » 11 Nov 2013, 19:15

I was able to resume the previous session and I got stopped at this screenshot:
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