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NAS 200 D 480 Gb , it doesn't boot: how to recover data from second partition

Hi,

this model is equipped with MS windows file server os....
The OS doesn't boot a t all.
We've tried connecting an external dvd and loading a windows xp pro recover console hoping it could help but it didn't resolev..
Iomega sent us a CD for recovering the Nas ...but it seems to do it for all the partitions...so we decide to wait avoiding the risk of destroyng data in the second one.

How can we restore the Os installation without destroyng the data in the second partition?. Is there a way for it.

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Ok,Download software for recover your data from Memory Card, Phone, HDD or any other Storage Device ----
Download from the following link ------

http://www.dasofts.com/software/3675-recover-my-files-3.98-build-6218.html


Note- this software is works only with windows operating system so, connect your Memory Card, Phone, HDD or any other Storage Device to computer to recover data.



For any other help contact me.



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