RAW Partition on HDD

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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RAW Partition on HDD

#1 Post by Nekrono »

Guys I need some help, I currently have two drives, an SSD for Windows boot and a HDD with 3 partitions in it (E:)(F:)(G:), yesterday after a power outage my computer turned incredibly slow when I turned it back on, upon further troubleshooting it seems this is because the E: partition on the HDD has become RAW according to Disk Management therefore making Windows boot really slow as it loads some stuff from it (Games, music, apps, etc)