Easy Recovery

By ft85 ·
hi there

i have been having a problem with my DNS 343 and somebody accidentally deleted the folder which has a lot of Important files in it.

what i did was to remove the Hard disk from DNS the one which the folder was deleted from , and when i put the Disk in the System it Refused to work , but it could show me that the Disk is Healthy , and i can't even access the files

i went thru computer management and Disk management and i could see my disk as basic but still couldn't access it , then i tried to change it to dynamic disk still i couldn't access it ,

now i have a software called Easy Recovery , where i ran data recovery and i recovered a total amount of data which comes with no names , now i was wondering how to get them in a normal way as the way it was before in my computer ?

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A data recovery program cannot work miracles

by robo_dev In reply to Easy Recovery

Unless you can restore the disk back to the original state, which may be impossible, the file names and directory structure may be gone forever.

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NAS units don't use winders file systems . . .

by Who Am I Really In reply to Easy Recovery

Winders can't read / write anything but NTFS & FAT

EXT_, HFS / HFS+ etc. are a no go

also if the unit was configured with any of the RAID options
separating the disks is also a no go with the possible exception of a RAID 1 mirror

changing it to a winders dynamic disk
also hosed it from being used in the NAS again
it will need to be erased, and then partitioned & formatted in the NAS

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by seanferd In reply to Easy Recovery

<blockquote>then i tried to change it to dynamic disk still i couldn't access it

<i>Now</i> your whole drive is good and broken. I don't suppose you check with D-Link support about file recovery?
(I chose Egypt as the location as the Africa site has no DNS 343 listed.)

U.S. Support

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