Pendrive says I have no access and filesystem is bad, how to fix? I used testdisk before, but not for the same problem

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Pendrive says I have no access and filesystem is bad, how to fix? I used testdisk before, but not for the same problem

#1 Post by Nicogalan » 30 Oct 2016, 00:47

Hello, my pendrive was working fine, until I plugged to my cel and otg cable, then unplugged, and now, pc cant open it anymore, it says there is no access, and file or directory damaged, or unreadable.

I tried testdisk before, to recover files, repairing boot, but this time, it does not work.

I tried to list files, but it says filesystem is damaged, so I tried to repair MFT, but it says, mft and mirror is damaged, so, I tried to rebuild boot, and it does not finish, testdisk closes at some point.

I made an image from disk before to touch anything, inside, using hex editor, I can see my files, but I can not extract.... I mean, as raw filesystem, files are extracted, but with strange names.

so, I would need to recovery my filesystem heheheheh is it possible??

log and stackdump file attached.

thanks for your help, I am more than willing to donate, 100 or 200 usd if I can recover my files :)
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Re: Pendrive says I have no access and filesystem is bad, how to fix? I used testdisk before, but not for the same probl

#2 Post by cgrenier » 30 Oct 2016, 18:16

Try to repair the MFT using TestDisk 7.1-WIP instead of 7.0.
If it doesn't work, run PhotoRec, Search, [Whole].

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Re: Pendrive says I have no access and filesystem is bad, how to fix? I used testdisk before, but not for the same probl

#3 Post by Nicogalan » 08 Nov 2016, 19:50

Thanks, sadly, the same result...

app closes itself....

is there another way to repair MFT?

I have experience with hex edition.

thanks

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