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I Have 2 hard disks both are from seagate 7200 rpm and sata lastday one hdd

By rahulsarswat ·
I Have 2 hard disks both are from seagate 7200 rpm and sata lastday one hdd whos is 80 GB showing in my pc but another who is 250 gb not showing in my computer but this is showing in computer management and this is not initialised and showing unallocated space.

Plese help for me

My 10 years data is in this 250 GB HDD

PLssss do the need ful

thanks in advance.

rahul

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If this is an External HDD

by OH Smeg In reply to I Have 2 hard disks both ...

You need to use a Data Recovery Package to scan it or use the ChkDsk/r Option under Windows.

If it's an internal Drive use Seatools for DOS to test the function of the drive before proceeding any further

http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?locale=en-US&name=SeaTools&vgnextoid=720bd20cacdec010VgnVCM100000dd04090aRCRD

If this Data is Important you should do nothing more than remove the drive from service and send it to a Professional Data Recovery House and pay them to recover your Data.

Col

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Sounds like

by rob mekel In reply to If this is an External HD ...

Hal9000 :)

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Na Rob

by OH Smeg In reply to Sounds like

HAL isn't that nice it would say something like

There are two kinds of computer users those who have lost all their data and those who are going to.

But a Backup Procedure would be a very good idea here. Though now it a bit too late.

See just how much nicer I am over that nasty Hal 9000 character. :^0

Col

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Also a lesson

by santeewelding In reply to I Have 2 hard disks both ...

In why 10 years of data belong not in a hard drive, but with a chisel into granite.

I feel for you. Well, not completely.

What matters, I keep between my ears. Have you forgotten that place?

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Dood.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to I Have 2 hard disks both ...

Introduce yourself to the concept of Backup.

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a bit

by rob mekel In reply to Dood.

late for the guy
but
better late then never

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