Space Conflict Between Partitions in TestDisk Analyze

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Space Conflict Between Partitions in TestDisk Analyze

#1 Post by baumgrenze » 16 Mar 2019, 22:35

I used PhotoRec and found many files I cannot otherwise access via Windows Explorer.

Does specifying all of the file types slows down the PhotoRec process?

If it does not, is it possible to organize the resulting list by file extension?

I tried using TestDisk>Analyze and ran into this problem
Drive F: - 2000 GB / 1863 GiB - CHS 243210 255 63

Current partition structure:
Partition Start End Size in Sectors
1 x Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1,836,016,416
Bad relative sector.
2 x Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544,437,093
Bad relative sector.
3 x Sys=2B 113201 29 24 147074 114 59 544,175,136
Bad relative sector.
4xSys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 54,974
Bad relative sector.

Only one partition must be bootable
Space conflict between the following two partitions
3 x Sys=2B 113201 29 24 147074 114 59 544,175,136
2 x Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544,437,093
Space conflict between the following two partitions
2 x Sys=73 119380 132 62 153270 41 37 544,437,093
1 x Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1,836,016,4166
Space conflict between the following two partitions
1 x Sys=4F 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 1,836,016,416
4x Sys=SpeedStor 120527 49 53 234813 237 34 54,9744

Disk Management reports Healthy (Primary Partition.)

The program is currently analyzing cylinder-by-cylinder, a slow process.

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Re: Space Conflict Between Partitions in TestDisk Analyze

#2 Post by baumgrenze » 17 Mar 2019, 01:15

I should have noted that this is not a Boot Disk. It is a simple Data Storage Disk.

Problems began when I updated a Windows 10 Professional installation and forgot to disconnect the Data Disk. The update process created a new folder and downloaded a large file to it:

F:\Windows10Upgrade\17134.112.180619-1212.rs4_release_svc_refresh_CLIENTCONSUMER_RET_x64FRE_en-us.esd

After the upgrade, if I tried to save a file to the Data Disk. In both Windows 7 and Windows 10 the attempt caused the computer to 'lock up.' Once I ran ChkDsk on it that problem went away along with ~2 years of data files.

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Re: Space Conflict Between Partitions in TestDisk Analyze

#3 Post by recuperation » 17 Mar 2019, 11:56

baumgrenze wrote:
17 Mar 2019, 01:15
Does specifying all of the file types slows down the PhotoRec process?
I guess the increase in computing time for analysis purposes is negligible.
If selecting more files types leads to more files recovered then PhotoRec needs more time for writing them.
baumgrenze wrote:
17 Mar 2019, 01:15
If it does not, is it possible to organize the resulting list by file extension?
Not within Photorec as far as I know but you can do that with "Windows Explorer".

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