NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

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emultec
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NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

#1 Post by emultec »

Please I need change cylinder of partition w2k dynamic for the 60801. How do I do?

Attachement the image of problem
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the cylinder is different... I need change in partition W2K Dynamic
the cylinder is different... I need change in partition W2K Dynamic
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emultec
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Re: NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

#2 Post by emultec »

Hi... I can change geometry and this read a partition... but I can`t list files... see the attachaments please...

What do I do for list files or recovery the partition or file system ?

thanks...
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Fiona
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Re: NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

#3 Post by Fiona »

I've no results from Analyse, Quick and if nothing was found, from Deeper Search also!
Can you repeat your diagnose and copy and paste the content of your testdisk.log into your next post?
You'll find your testdisk.log in your testdisk folder.
You can use Wordpad to open it and copy and paste the content.
Currently, there is no necessity to change any geometry.
Did you have a spanned volume?

Fiona

emultec
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Re: NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

#4 Post by emultec »

Hello Fiona thanks for response.

I will make a new deep search...

The problem was that a Disk is 68000 cylinders in 500GB but the partition is NTFS with 89421 cylinders so i need change geometry for find the partition on testdisk... he found the partition... I was running quick and after deep search, but this message show when I choice "P" for list files.

So, how do I do for copy the data...

I used other program after like EASUS Recovery but he recovered in raw without directory trees, and without original name... sample file001.jpg file002.jpg file001.doc file002.doc

I like recovery with directory tree and original file name...

I will send a result the testdisk.log... still run again...

emultec
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Re: NTFS w2k dynamic sfs - change cylinder

#5 Post by emultec »

Please I send to you the log.

I need your help so much.


thanks

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