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The HD from the Toshiba

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  • cbuschendorf Nov 13, 2008

    I bought a SATA - USB connection station and put the HD in it. Now I try to upload all files, but the Systems tells me that the HD is damaged or unreadable. Do you have a suggestion?

  • cbuschendorf Nov 13, 2008

    I tried to run a Scandisk -> right mouse click on the drive -> properties -> Extras -> Scan Disk, correct? It does not work. I heared that there is a Scan Disk from Microsoft would that help? What else can I try?

  • cbuschendorf Nov 13, 2008

    System says that it is deleting damaged notes in the attribute list type code 128 gelöscht and other notes. Now it is checking Indizes. Yes now I am on the HD. What was it? Was maybe this the problem with the XP on my girlfriends LapTop as well?

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Hi again,

Yes, any news?

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  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Nov 13, 2008

    Initially, try running a disk utility on it such as scandisk. Here is a step by step how-to run scandisk in XP. However the drive you want to scan if the Hitachi from the Toshiba which probably would be the "E" in your PC.

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Nov 13, 2008

    you can try opening a Command Prompt ( Windows key + R, type "CMD" less the quotes). Inside the Command Prompt, type chkdsk E: /f
    assuming that the Hitachi HD is E



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    Louie Role Nov 13, 2008

    I suspect that part of the files were corrupted. This would justify the clean fresh re-install. you will never know the extent of the damage/corruption. The corrupt files may very well also include windows files hence the failure to boot normally.

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