Rebuilt BS

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delyaqui
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Rebuilt BS

#1 Post by delyaqui » 27 Jun 2015, 01:17

Hi

After running REBUILD BS i get this error :

Can't find cluster size


boot and backup : BAD


what mean this error ??


what could do to recovery the information on disk ???


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Re: Rebuilt BS

#2 Post by Fiona » 29 Jun 2015, 07:45

Do you have the right partition in your partition table?
It's abolutely required to run a boot sector diagnose.
Otherwise testdisk can't find any information regarding to your file system.
Can you copy and paste the content og your testdisk.log into your next post.
Also information running testdisk Analyse would be appreciated.

Fiona

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Re: Rebuilt BS

#3 Post by delyaqui » 29 Jun 2015, 22:43

Hi Fiona

Thanks for your attention


here i send you de log file

yes, i run the DIAGNOSE first

thanks

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Re: Rebuilt BS

#4 Post by delyaqui » 29 Jun 2015, 22:44

Hi Fiona

Thanks for your attention


here i send you de log file

yes, i run the DIAGNOSE first

thanks
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Re: Rebuilt BS

#5 Post by delyaqui » 29 Jun 2015, 23:16

this is the disk :

Disk /dev/sdb - 1000 GB / 931 GiB - CHS 15200 255 63, sector size=4096 - TOSHIBA MQ01ABD100

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Re: Rebuilt BS

#6 Post by Fiona » 01 Jul 2015, 11:45

Your boot sector and its backup are not valid or not available.
The start of your partition is unusual and should be something like 0 32 33 etc.. and is 0 0 33.
That's why it's possible that testdisk doesn't find the clustersize etc..
Can you run Quick and if nothing would be found Deeper Search also?
If a partition would be found, please have select ist and have another try to list your files.
Within your testdisk folder, ypu'll find a file testdisk.log.
Can you open it using a wordprocessor like wordpad and copy and paste the content of your log file inrto your next post?

Fiona

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