Fat repair failed(noob here)

Using TestDisk to repair the filesystem
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Fat repair failed(noob here)

#1 Post by jaggu »

I have seagate 500 gb external hdd(fat32),which had gone raw , i started searching for a solution on the internet ,then i found this http://html5.litten.com/updated-how-to- ... ecame-raw/ ,i tried everything written there but it didnt work the hdd was still raw but i could see my files in testdisk,then i saw the fat repair option(i had not seen the warning) and fat repair failed,now it doesnt show any partitions.

please help.

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Re: Fat repair failed(noob here)

#2 Post by Fiona »

Can you run TestDisk Analyse / Quick and if nothing would be found Deper Search also?
Within your testdisk folder, you'll find a file called testdisk.log.
Can you open it (for example wordpad) and copy and paste the content into your next post?