Question about Seagate 1 TB SATA II Hard Drive
"Harddrive has no Total size and Free space on my windows explorer"
my 120 Gbytes Seagate Hard Drive can be detected but shows nothing when i try to retrieve my files. just wondering, where did all my files gone???? estimated 10 gigs of files.....gone.
Can anyone solve this???? thanks
Yes, probably this can be solved.
does the harddrive still have a letter assigned?
if so. go into command prompt (start->run->type"cmd")
when the black window pops up write:
chkdsk x: /r (where x is the letter assigned to your 120gb disk)
please reply if your harddrive doesnt have a letter assigned.
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