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Find badsector In file FAT32, how i find bad sectors and how i recover it.

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The bad sector cannot recover... is continuing increasing the bad sector... you need to replace your hard disk...

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How do i run a dskchk?


Double click on my computer, right click on hard drive,click on properties, choose tools, then error checking.

Oct 17, 2009 | HP Pavilion 753n (P9852AR#ABA) PC Desktop

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How to Recover Deleted Files from Seagate Hard Drive in Windows XP?


Accidently delete important filesusing Shift+Delete keys in Windows XP? Can't get valued pictures back from therecycle bin after you emptied it? How to retrieve data from 'not recognized'hard drive and reconstruct inaccessible partition?

You'reLuck!Deleting or formatting won't make the data erased permanently.Thosedeleted data are still stored in the hard drive. They're just invisible orinaccessible.Only the FAT or NTFS table is erased (the information about wherethose data were saved), but the real data are still intact there in sectors ofthe hard drive.
So long as those deleted data are not overwritten by new data, it's highlypossible to recover them. The most effective way is to rely onsome data recovery program.

Tenorshare DataRecovery is a powerful data recovery program that can easily recover lost,damaged, formatted and accidently deleted data from your laptop or computerhard disk and all kinds of USB media drives.It can recover data afterdeeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost data you accidentally deletedor formatted.
This program is equipped with four critical modules:"deleterecovery", "format recovery", "partition recovery" and"raw recovery". It can recover data after deeply scanning yourstorage device to look for lost data due to drives crash, virus corruptedpartitions, system sabotage, physical damage etc.
It supports for almost all Windows systems like Windows XP,Windows7,Vista,2000,2003,NT and common file systems (FAT12, FAT16,FAT32 and NTFS).You can get ithere: http://www.any-data-recovery.com/index.htm

It can RecoverLost Data Due to

Accidental deleting

» "Shift + Delete" without backup
» "Delete All" when deleting useless files
» Cut files instead of copying and pressing"Cancle" button
» Emptying Recycle Bin after delection
Formatting
» "Media/Drive is not formatted would you liketo format now?"
Virus infection/attack
Unexpected power off
Others
» Factory setting of device
»System reinstalling but want to retrieve the oldfiles
» Inaccessible partition or drive
» Dead hard drive
» Losing files during transferring files fromstorage device to PC/laptop
» Pulling out card while the camera is on
» Removing out storage devices not in "saferemove the drive"
» Turning off the camera during a write process

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Then,howto retrieve deleted files?


Withinfour steps, you can get back your data:
1.Select deleted recovery. It will take you a few minutes to scan your storagedevice;
2. heck the deleted datayou want to recover;
3.Select a path folder for the recovered files;
4.Click "OK" to finish recovery.

Onemore tip:

If the hard drive can't be detected(means can't showup in 'My Computer' as a drive letter like C: drive),you can try this way.Putthe hard drive in a zip-lock bag and put it in the freezer for 2-3 hours. Thenwhile it's still cold plug it into the computer.If it fails, you will have to go to a recoveryoffice but let's hope not because it will cost you a lot of money and whetherthey can recover the data or not is not guarantee.

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How to use the disk error checking utility...


As you use your hard drive, it can develop bad sectors. Bad sectors slow down hard disk performance and sometimes make data writing (such as file saving) difficult, or even impossible. The Error Checking utility scans the hard drive for bad sectors, and scans for file system errors to see whether certain files or folders are misplaced.If you use your computer daily, you should run this utility once a week to help prevent data loss.

  1. Close all open files.
  2. Click Start, and then click My Computer.
  3. In the My Computer window, right-click the hard disk you want to search for bad sectors, and then click Properties.
  4. In the Properties dialog box, click the Tools tab.
  5. Click the Check Now button.
  6. In the Check Disk dialog box (called Error-checking in Windows 7), select the Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check box, and then click Start.
  • If bad sectors are found, choose to fix them.
  • Tip: Only select the "Automatically fix file system errors" check box if you think that your disk contains bad sectors.

    on Jun 10, 2010 | PC Desktops

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    Hard disc not working


    yah its possible to recover the data from hdd.
    just baught a recovery tool cd and recover your data
    hdd may has a bad sectores .u run a bad sector recover soft ware .

    May 02, 2009 | PC Desktops

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    Stop code 24


    ErrorCode 24 is for corrupted drives or boot partitions

  • Boot the operating system CD
  • Enter the Recovery Console by pressing 'r' when prompted.
  • Then from the command prompt run "chkdsk C: /f"

  • OR....if that doesnt work..

    Inside your hard drive are typically 2 ~ 4 discs (called "platters") stacked on top of one another, and read / write heads between each platter which collects or writes information to the drive. Because a hard drive platter sits *extremely* close to the read / write head of the drive, a single particle of smoke traveling between the two could cause the head to crash. That being said, bad sectors on the drive may be a result of corrupt medium (perhaps as a result of a warped or chipped platter, for example).
    The disk repair utility in Windows XP, called ChkDsk ("check disk"), has an option to "scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors". However, what may end up happening is that ChkDsk will mark the sector as bad (instead of attempting to recover any information) and your hard drive will no longer 'hover' over top of that area of the drive, making it impossible to recover any data on the sector.
    What you should do is:
    1. Attempt to backup all critical files on the drive (such as your documents, favorites, pictures, and anything else you can't download off the Internet or replace elsewhere).
    2. Following that, run ChkDsk and attempt to recover bad sectors. To do this, go to My Computer, right click your hard drive (C Drive?), select Properties, then goto the Tools options menu, and select "Error-Checking". A new window will appear. Select the option "scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors".
    This test will take a while to complete.
    If ChkDsk reports a lot of bad sectors, visit the hard drive manufacturer's web site, download a drive integrity tool, and test your drive. To find out the manufacturer of your drive, right click My Computer, go to Properties, go to Hardware, then Device Manager, navigate to Disk Drives, and collapse the menu. Your drive should be listed there. If not, open up your computer and have a look.
    If the integrity tool reports many errors on the drive, you will need to ship it to the manufacturer for replacement (information for this procedure will be on the manufacturer's web site

    Jun 17, 2008 | PC Desktops

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    Is it possible to delete a file from "my document" without deleting it from the the Seagate FreeAgent Go 120GB? How?


    Hello dwanger754,

    Generally, when a file is deleted, only the visible reference to it is deleted. The file still exists on the HDD although you dont see it. If you want to recover this file, there are a lot of "Undelete" or recovery software that can accomplish this. However the most important step with any file recovery technique is to avoid using the drive that holds the deleted files. There is a good chance the file is still present but if you use the computer, the possibility of file recovery decreases.


    File Recovery 4 is a free program to recover lost files. All you do is download and Install the program on the computer – try to avoid the same drive as the deleted files. Follow the simple steps and fingers-crossed the file can be recovered. It can undelete a lost file from FAT, FAT!6, FAT32 and NTFS file system format. Plus it can finds partitions automatically, even if the boot sector or FAT has been erased or damaged.

    File Recovery 4 can also recover most common files types. Even if part of the file is damaged and beyond recovery, you may be able to get back some useful fragments - recovering half of a lost 10,000 word assignment is better than having nothing at all :)



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    Apr 21, 2008 | PC Desktops

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    Bad sectors


    A hard drive contains platters that are magnetic media capable of having the magnetic state of areas on them changed and having this magnetic state retained/maintained. Data is held on a hard drive by representing it in binary form (1s an 0s). The way these 1s and 0s are physically represented on a drive's platter(s) is by having areas (spots) that are magnetically charged or not. The 1's are represented by charged (positive and negative) areas, the 0s are represented by uncharged areas (there is a level of tolerance by which an area is deemed charged or not). When a sector becomes "bad", or is deemed to be so, it is because areas within it no longer appear to be able to maintain a sufficiently magnetized (positive or negative) state (charge) to represent the 1's data in those areas. Bad sectors are marked (flagged) in a table and, when possible, remapped to one of series of spare sectors all hard drives have.

    Now, sometimes an area is deemed (flagged) as bad when it may in fact not really be. Perhaps some oddity during the write process caused the spot to be too weakly charged (which really shouldn't happen or at least not often as that is a sign of another problem), rather than it being a case of the actual area on the media being bad in some way. Using the appropriate utility a sector previously marked as bad can be un-marked (taken off the bad list). And you can use one of these utilities to put a sector back in service (so to speak). Nothing is "fixed", just made available for use again as is.

    However, if a sector really is bad, really can't be reliably, sufficiently charged or made to hold a charge, then it cannot be fixed by software such as HDD Regenerator seems to claim. The only fixing that might be possible would require a lab/factory. A truely bad sector has some form of damage, its physical properties have changed. Software can't undo this. About the only thing that could/can be done through software is to allow that area of data to be read (recovered) where it otherwise may not be by other software.

    You can try the hdd manufactors zero write program. The fdisk and format the drive.
    Then using a 98boot disk with scandisk on it, run scandisk /surface on the drive. And if all those bad cluster show up again. It is hdd replacement time.

    By the way a note of caution, doing that will remove everything, I mean everything from that drive. It will be a 100% lose.

    Another thing is go to www.grc.com and look at the SpinRite product.

    Mar 29, 2008 | PC Desktops

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    Pc problems


    maybe your harddisk have many badsectors on it and it cant be formatted, you better replace your harddisk with a new one.

    Mar 12, 2008 | PC Desktops

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    BAD SECTOR


    sorry your question will have to be put in english

    Nov 17, 2007 | PC Desktops

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