1TB external harddisk recovery

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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kirancse507
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1TB external harddisk recovery

#1 Post by kirancse507 » 08 May 2015, 12:07

Hi, My external sony hard disk is got corrupted. When I try to open in windows its asking me to format it.

I have attached the log file. Could you please help me to recover the data ?

Thanks,
Kiran


Current partition structure:
1 * Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1836016416

Bad relative sector.
2 * Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544437093

Bad relative sector.
3 * Sys=2B 113201 29 24 147074 114 59 544175136

Bad relative sector.
4 * SpeedStor 177063 118 26 177066 225 63 54974

Bad relative sector.
Only one partition must be bootable
Space conflict between the following two partitions
3 * Sys=2B 113201 29 24 147074 114 59 544175136
2 * Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544437093
Space conflict between the following two partitions
2 * Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544437093
1 * Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1836016416
Space conflict between the following two partitions
1 * Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1836016416
4 * SpeedStor 177063 118 26 177066 225 63 54974

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Fiona
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Re: 1TB external harddisk recovery

#2 Post by Fiona » 11 May 2015, 05:41

Did you select your disk under disk selection or drive?
You should use disk instead of drive.
TestDisk 32bit is recommended.
Can you repeat your diagnose and copy and paste the content of your testdisk,log of running Analyse / Quick Search and if nothing would be found Deeper Search also?
If partitions are found, please mark them and press p to have a try to lsit your files.

Fiona

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