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Old 16th December, 2006, 05:10 PM
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Hard to say. If the drive is physically damaged there's not much you can do about it.

If you have another partition with an OS you can attempt to repair the file structure. If the problem is the file structure and your file system is NTFS you should be good to go.
If not, find yourself a bootable version of 'spinrite' and attempt to repair and salvage as much as you can. However I'm not sure it's still free software.
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