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Jen 16th December, 2001 06:03 PM

Help Hard Drive Data Recovery
 
Hi
I got a drive with SMART drive failure. I am trying to recover my data off of this hard drive. I have tried PowerQuest Lost and Found utility but problem with that utility it tries to recover them all at once. This drive errors out after about 20 mins of being scanned. So need some kind of software that works in DOS mode to recover what i can from this hard drive. I can get into windows with this hard drive only in SAFE MODE. I can then see the files but cant copy or open them.
Boot sector and Fat Table are both intact. The drive has only been used for storage no OS installed.
The OS i am useing is windows 98se . Hard drive is FAT 32. Need some help fast.



thanks

Jen

Mr Swede 16th December, 2001 08:18 PM

There is a program called Easy Recovery that might help you.
Check it out here

Jen 16th December, 2001 08:23 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Mr Swede
There is a program called Easy Recovery that might help you.
Check it out here

Thank you for the link . I am hopeing someone can send me a software that will help me . Or has used a software that will help in this recovery.
PowerQuest is a very good utility however I cant just get a few files at a time useing it.


Jen

Mr Swede 16th December, 2001 11:12 PM

Check your PM, Jen

Jen 16th December, 2001 11:20 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Mr Swede
Check your PM, Jen

Got PM sent you back a reply


Jen

Mr Swede 16th December, 2001 11:48 PM

Got it.

Azriel 9th January, 2002 06:27 AM

Sounds like a job for Norton.

Norton Systemworks 2001 got files back off a drive that I had formatted.

2500+ MP3's to be exact.

Jen 9th January, 2002 06:30 AM

i had to send the drive for data recovery. the person doing the recovery was unable to access the files useing DOS. he is however useing other OS and such to gain access but is haveing a hard time getting the files cause of the smart drive failure



Jen

recoveryguru 25th July, 2006 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jen
Hi
I got a drive with SMART drive failure. I am trying to recover my data off of this hard drive. I have tried PowerQuest Lost and Found utility but problem with that utility it tries to recover them all at once. This drive errors out after about 20 mins of being scanned. So need some kind of software that works in DOS mode to recover what i can from this hard drive. I can get into windows with this hard drive only in SAFE MODE. I can then see the files but cant copy or open them.
Boot sector and Fat Table are both intact. The drive has only been used for storage no OS installed.
The OS i am useing is windows 98se . Hard drive is FAT 32. Need some help fast.



thanks

Jen

Hi
There is one best FAT data recovery software, Kernel FAT data recovery software.

Check it here precisely

Thanks
Recovery Guru

xmetrix 25th July, 2006 11:57 AM

www.runtime.org GETDATABACK.. best $80 I've ever spent.

Slave out the faulty drive, scan, recover to primary drive :)

Samuknow 25th July, 2006 12:03 PM

I have been using File Scavenger. I think it was 40 bucks.

I have been able to recover most data even after a format. It will display files in the original directory structure so you can pick what you want to recover.

Aller5 10th May, 2016 06:55 PM

Hello, I have the same problem in my HDD, I used some of these tools and they work very fine in some case. The problem is i can not recover my lost office files in my crashed HDD. Is there a good tool for this problem?

cloasters 12th May, 2016 01:08 AM

Help with this problem would be greatly appreciated!

Sorry, I may have a very similar problem, but I don't know how to address it.

cloasters 14th May, 2016 01:20 AM

Aller5 could use some help with this problem. Anyone have an idea?

Gizmo 16th May, 2016 07:02 PM

Bear in mind that ANY data recovery tool is only going to be able to work as long as the problem is on the MEDIA. If the hard drive failure is with the ELECTRONIC (spindle motor, read/write heads, data channels, etc) then the tool will be essentially useless.

That being said, there are a large number of tools out there. Unfortunately, I have no experience with them, so my only suggestion is to do some research, read reviews, etc.

cloasters 18th May, 2016 01:58 AM

Thank you, Gizmo!


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