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Q: Data recovery

1st time it s detect i strat recovering my files using recover my files ver.4.0 regeserd it shows all images what iwant but after an hour it become hang when i restart my pc to connect it again it no detecting & hard is no spinng also
my hard disk is not spinning i want to recover my image help me our
samsung 40 gbhard disk
plz help me out

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Preferred Solution: Data recovery

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A: Data recovery

Welcome to Techspot!

Seriously, I had a little too much coffee today, so don't take serious about #1 and 2, since I could be able to help ya out with my similar experience.

The few other options you could considers:

1. Gripes, cries, bawl all you wants over a 40 gig hard drive. When you're done, consider your lesson learned about backing up your datas to external hard drive, or using the compact discs/media cards in timely basis. Now when you learned your lesson, buy the new drive and moves on.

2. Considers the expensive option by establishing the communication with the data recovery experts in company, and expect your wallet prepping for the long flights with your credit cards. You should expects a few digits of hundred, or probably thousands to recover a part of your valuable datas.

3. Considers the cheaper option by ordering a same I/O board for your hard drive, it's very good chance that one part of your logic board blew after surpassing the hours of operation. It should set you back about 50 bucks or less, and the reliable source to find it is at ebay.
You can type your information of your hard drive here, and I can help you to find the appropriate logic board to give your hard drive another try to recover your datas.

Also, If you have camera and know how to use Marco setting, this would be very helpful to support your thread

First thing to do is to list your spec, by looking at this similar label, you will need to type Model; and numbers/letters under the three barcodes. Take a look at this picture for reference.

The next thing is to find the logic board matching to your hard drive. Look for the white label on the bar of IDE plug bottom, it need to match with your HDD label revisions, and the final thing is to match your chip with your old/broken logic chip. Take a look at here.

Good luck man and looking forward to help ya out.

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A:Data recovery problem, Can reach corrupted data but no external space.

Hi,

Before you write more data or attempt to read data from the drive through Windows, I would suggest using a Live CD like SysRescueCD to boot from and access the HDD.

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A:data extractors / sql header [Hard Drive data recovery]

I don't know where this thread properly belongs -- but I suspect the question may be too esoteric for most here.

Since it involves data recovery from a hard drive I'm going to move it to Hardware, I think "all other software" is not likely to have anyone with this type of experience.
 

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Hi

Both are good programs and i would recommend purchasing both ( if you can afford ). Both has it's own pros and cons.
"GetDataBack" is good at virtual reconstruction of damage/unrecognizable file systems but i personally found it weak at recovering image files. It recovers images but most of them seems to be corrupted in my testings. Also you need to purchase seperate versions for FAT and NTFS ( GetDataBack simple is garbage ).

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A:Data recovery following Packard Bell partial recovery

clarification - does your documents and settings folder only shows your new accounts?

do you have two window folders? Try a windows search for your old profile folder and see what it comes up with.

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A:Data Recovery Lost Data from format

Please do not post duplicates. With patience, you should get a reply to your post within 24 hours.
 

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A:Data Recovery Lost Data from format

Closing duplicate, please reply here:

http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/594609-data-recovery-lost-data-format.html

eddie
 

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A:Data Recovery Lost Data from format

Don't know of any freeware ...
But I know someone who has recovered all of his data from a formatted drive using ..
http://www.runtime.org/

I know he tried some others ... but this one worked.
 

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A:DATA Error [47 0F 94 93 F4 K5] Data Recovery

You will most likely need to restore those files from a backup. But don't do anything until you've made sure the virus is gone. Don't want to reinfect the files.
 

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A:Data Recovery of data drive

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Best Data Recovery Company

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A:HDD data recovery?

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Hi and Welcome to TSF!

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Hello and Welcome to Bleeping Computer!!My name is Gringo and I'll be glad to help you with your computer problems.I have put together somethings for you to keep in mind while I am helping you to make things go easier and faster for both of usPlease do not run any tools unless instructed to do so.
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A:HD Data recovery?

i'd run a google search to find yourself something. just be careful with what you're doing, as with all downloaded software. your software should come from a trusted and established source, or you could be in for a world of hurt.
 

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A:Help w/ Data Recovery

FWIW, reference materials: 
 
RAW Volume (Quietman) - http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=36698
 
CHKDSK error message - The type of the file system is RAW - http://www.z-a-recovery.com/art-raw-filesystem.htm
 
What is RAW file system - http://www.raw-file-system.com/
 
External Drive Suddenly RAW Repair Guide - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic471852.html
 
Louis

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A:Data recovery--please help

Look at this:
http://www.officerecovery.com/freeundelete/

Be very careful with the PC you deleted that folder on! Anything else that you install on that PC will OVERWRITE links to your 'deleted' files!
Best way would be to take the laptop-harddisk out, put it in a normal PC and do the recovery from that other PC.
For a laptop harddisk, you need to get a 2.5"-3.5" adapter first, so it will fit in a normal PC.
 

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A:Data Recovery

 IMO...the "best" data recovery software I have used...is a paid version of Get Data Back - NTFS.  But...I have a small sample size, since I've only had to use such software less than 5 times in my 19 years of playing with computers.  So..."best" really doesn't mean much when you are speaking to me...whatever works for a given user is often considered "the best" by said member.  It's probably NOT the best, since "the best" recovery would probably be done by a professional entity and would cost more than most of us are willing to spend.
 
But I can suggest a number of options.
 
The following was contributed by a fellow Staff member and may be helpful:  Data Recovery Flowchart - Online Repair Service at FixIt.Litten.com - http://fixit.litten.com/datarecoveryflowchart.htm#flow6.
 
Info:
  Ddrescue - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF) - http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html
  TestDisk - Recoveery Software - http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk
  Testdisk Instructions - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic377698.html/page__st__15
  TestDisk Step By Step - CGSecurity - http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk_Step_By_Step
 
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Data Recovery , GParted, AA - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic474881.html
Data Recovery Using Puppy Linux, Brooks - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/489067/dual-boot-system-bluescreens-1-of-my-startup-choices/
Parted Magic Iso Use - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic463745.html
PartedMagic File Recovery Move - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic479864.html
PartedMagic - http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/73085.html
Partition Find and Mount — free partition recovery software - http://findandmount.com/
Recuva - Undelete, Unerase, File and Disk Recovery - Free Download - http://www.piriform.com/recuva
 
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A:Data Recovery

Hi,
Here are some I've seen suggested here at TSG;

1) Recover Files
2) Recuva
3) Restoration
4) Free Undelete (NTFS only)
5) Softperfect File Recovery
6) ADRC Data Recovery Tools
7) Undelete Plus
8) Data Recovery
9) PCI File Recovery
10) DriveRescue
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Commercial:

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GetDataBack (For FAT or NTFS)
Ontrack EasyRecovery Pro
File Scavenger
Recover My Files
RecoverPlus Pro
Zero Assumption Recovery
[email protected] File Recovery
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Recover4All Professional
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Richard
 

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A:Data recovery

The new OS no longer sees the external HD? Or installing the OS messed it up somehow? Try another USB port. Or you might try hooking it up as a slave drive to get to the data. Have you tried it on another computer?
 

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A:Data Recovery - Anyone?

i would edit your post and remove the email address from the post - otherwise you will get lots of spam

this may help - i have only used on a CF card to recover images and it worked great

http://www.z-a-recovery.com/
 

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A:Data Recovery

Just slave the crashed computers hard drive to a working computer. I've done it many times. All of the data will be right there for you to save. No password will be needed. If the crashed computer was running raid0 then I don't think this still applies.

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A:Data recovery

See if a linux live cd can pick it up.

screenshots


downloads

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A:Data Recovery Help

FYI : MSI K9N4 Sli Motherboard

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A:data recovery

Download and try out the following. I have always had good luck with this program. But I have never went after anything a month after. Give it a try.

PC INSPECTOR™ File Recovery 4.x is a data recovery program that supports the FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS file systems.

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Features in PC INSPECTOR™ File Recovery 4.x
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http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/uk/welcome.htm
 

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A:Data recovery

Spinrite? Does the hard drive spin up at all?

Pro and Con arguments ref. condensation (internal) and putting it in a fridge/freezer. I suppose with progressive temperature reduction and dessicants you could reduce the risk and gain the chance of some recovery.

It all depends on the value of the data vs the effort (and expense with commercial data recovery) you wish to expend.

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A:Data Recovery?

Have you checked the recycle bin for the folder?

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A:Data Recovery Help!!!

It's possible the HD is OK and the circuits in the case have died.
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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2329300&sku=M501-1220
 

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A:Data Recovery Course

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This reputable firm is also based in India (so you might want to do on-site training instead of online)
http://www.hdrconline.com/

This is another online firm based in the USA
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A:Data Recovery

Sounds like the hard drive is making this noise. Common with a crashed drive that is attempting to read a sector ( portion of the hard drive where data is stored ) and unable to read it and it retries over and over again and is like a record player that has a scratched record where the needle skips back to the prior track etc.

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A:CD DVD Data Recovery

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I can copy files to the drive and read files from the drive. The HDD is NTFS done through windows.

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How do I fix or recover the files?

Thanks in advance
 

A:Data Recovery

Do you mean the data recovery software shows this, or Windows shows this?

Anyway please try this:

Manual steps to run Chkdsk from My Computer or Windows Explorer

Open My Computer, and then right-click the hard disk that you want to check.
Click Properties, and then click Tools.
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? To repair errors without scanning the volume for bad sectors, select the Automatically fix file system errors check box, and then click Start. (tick)
? To repair errors, locate bad sectors, and recover readable information, select the Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check box.

Note If one or more of the files on the hard disk are open, you will receive the following message:




The disk check could not be performed because the disk check utility needs exclusive access to some Windows files on the disk. These files can be accessed by restarting Windows. Do you want to schedule the disk check to occur the next time you restart the computer?Click to expand...

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A:Data recovery

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A:Please Help Me about My Data Recovery

how did you copy the file over to 8.1 ??

place you 8 hdd in an external usb adapter and copy the files over, while your pc is already booted into win 8.1

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A:Data Recovery From A CD?

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A:Data Recovery

http://www.z-a-recovery.com/
 

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A:Data Recovery

Professional data recovery is your only option and it wont be cheap!!!!
 

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A:Data Recovery

You could try the freezer trick I first learned from Mr.G I believe.
Put the drive in a plastic bag trying to get as much air as possible out of it, then place it in the freezer. Let it get good and cold and then rush it to your comp, connect it and recover what you can from it. Remembering this is the last time it will ever work.

Other than that I'd say if you really wanted to put the effort in you could disassemble it and play with things, but you probably will muck it up even worse, but hey its alread dead :dead: .

You could also since its dead beat on it a bit (softly at first) and see if you can knock some sense into it. heh. But really the freezer trick I have heard can work, and I'm sure there are some others, just wait before you try something for someone elses response. I'd hate to be the one to offer you a suggestion you take and it completely kills the drive when someone else has a suggestion that will save it.
 

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A:Data Recovery

when this computer worked did it have two drives? Like a c:\ and d:\ as well as maybe a cd/dvd drive e:\  or did it only have one drive? Like a c:\ drive where your files where and then a d:\ drive for the cd/dvd drive?
 
A higher level question would be do you know if this was a raid setup before?

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A:data recovery

Is that external connected via a controller card? Is the driver for that controller installed?

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A:Data Recovery

Hi Daredeval you could try getdata back by runtime.

Or you can try free programs this website should help guide you through:

http://www.datarecoveryadvice.org/
 

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A:Data Recovery

You might try...

Partition Find and Mount ? free partition recovery software - http://findandmount.com/

Easeus Data Recovery, http://www.ptdd.com/

GetDataBack - Data Recovery Software - http://runtime.org/data-recovery-software.htm

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A:Data Recovery

Try Zero Assumption Recovery (ZAR). I have it on one of my XP machines. It's not free (except the photo recovery) but you can use it is as a trial and test. It used to have a three or four folder trial limit but I think that has been increased. Give it try. The link below is to the tutorials page of ZAR. It shows what's available.

Tutorials - using ZAR data recovery

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A:data recovery help

Hi gogoagirl, Welcome to TSF!

You have not mentioned whether the problem is with a desktop PC or a laptop; so for the moment we will guess that it is a desktop PC.
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One piece of advice:...DO NOT attempt to transfer any of the Operating System (Windows?) files.
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What Brand of computer is this?...Different manufacturers have different methods for carrying out a format/installation..please advise us so that we can assist you further.

Kind Regards,

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A:Data Recovery

Security Permission issue http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/security/permissions.mspx

Right click the folder you want to open and choose Properties>Security. Make sure their is a group named "Everyone". If not click Add>Advanced>"Find Now" and choose everyone. Click OK and you should no longer get those nasty Access Denied messages. (refer to the above link to allow specifically your user account to access the old Hard Drive folders)

Note: in Windows Xp Home, the "Security" menu will not show. Just start your computer in Safe Mode (continuously press F8 function key on computer Startup then select Safe Mode)
Also confirm that you are running an Administrator privlidged account. (Check Users in Control Panel)
 

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A:Data Recovery

You could try using a program like: http://www.officerecovery.com/freeundelete/

Which is free undelete, because of the way windows "deletes" files even when having deleted you can recover the files, If you over-wrote the profiles etc, then this may/may not be possible but give it a go and post back with your results...

Cheers,
Jamey

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A:data recovery

Here's one that was recommended on TSG.
Here's another that mobo has suggested for recovering deleted photo's.
If this just happened D\L these two programs and stop using your computer, the more activity the greater the chance that your deleted files will be over written.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/data-recovery.267758/
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A:Data recovery help

Its always recommended not to restore to the file drive as it could cause conflicts or override itself.

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Leee
 

A:Data Recovery Help!!!!

Quick Shot.....

Only can give links to software recovery.

[email protected] UNERASER
http://www.uneraser.com/
System Mechanic Pro
(Has a recovery software included in the package, Works pretty good
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http://www.iolo.com/
 

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drive spins, can hear it.

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A:Data recovery

Here's a few different tools to try to attempt partition repair and/or partiition data recovery. People have reported good results when using the tools but the result (and certainly quaility of the result) may vary by situation.

Gparted and TestDisk (freeware)
Partition Doctor (free to try, see what it finds, subscription required to apply any fixes
Active File Recovery (free to try, free version limits recovery to files 64KB or less.

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A:data recovery

please do not duplicate posts here
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A:dvd data recovery

I know the feeling
I would charge half that local
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A:Data recovery

plug your disk into another computer with windows as a slave drive and drag across your current files..format your drive and reinstall windows and put it back on :)

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Only format.

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A:HDD data recovery.

Try mounting it from a linux live cd, or use recovery software like GetDataBack or recover4all.
 

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We recommend a place in Ontario, Canada as they best you can find.
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Here are some we have used with good results when our clients needed a rush job for payroll or taxes or whatever.
Hard Drive Recovery; Free Evaluation, Fees start at $279, 877-840-3282
www.acsdatarecovery.com

Data Recovery/Repair, NYC; Fast www.AmnetDataSolutions.com
New York, NY

Hard Drive Recovery Experts; RAID, NAS, SAN server recovery. 888-567-8328
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Data Recovery New York; (212) 661-1145. Free consultation
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Hard Disk Data Recovery; Experienced, Reliable; www.MilesTechnologies.com/Recovery
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Recover Data Quickly
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A:Data Recovery

Here's a FREE one you can try, called RESTORATION

I never tried it on a reformatted drive but it worth a try. Let me know the out come.
 

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Does an Acer hidden partition recovery install zero-format the disk?

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A:Data Recovery.

If the video was only on CD ROM media, and the media is no longer good, sorry to say but no, the video is gone.

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A:Data Recovery

When you startup through the boot menu, or when you select the corrupted install as your operating system, does it give you the same error/message every time?

EDIT: Also, what is the *exact* message?

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