Question about IBM Deskstar 75GXP 61.4 GB ATA-100 Hard Drive
I was installing a dying hard drive to my system as slave hard drive. It was successful and the window XP started normally. I went to my computer and found the dying hard drive was assigned drive F and G probably due to the previous partition made. After accessing few data files, my system hanged and the window could not be boot up. I detached the dying hard drive and window could then boot up.
Now I wish to restore all data files from the dying hard drive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Enter Safe Mode and select "Restore File System". "Restore File System" will attempt to repair damaged files on the hard drive. If this does not work, try the next step.
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