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Thread: Which Partiton table is correct?




  1. #1
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    Angry Which Partiton table is correct?

    I have no idea how this happened but I was using this drive to transfer data between two PC's and after making several swaps to and fro and leaving it overnight.....the next morning I clicked on the drive and got the "blah blah this disk is not formatted. Do you wish to format blah blah". I don't readily have another drive to clone this to but if I have to I will get one. (if it weren't for my x-girlfriends naked home pictures I wouldn't care FYI)
    FREE PARTITION RECOVERY gives me this data.....
    Samsung sv8004h ATA 31.49gb
    Boot SH SS SC FS Type EH ES EC (rel sectors) (totalsectors)
    1 no 1 1 0 unknown 239 63 687 63 10402497
    2 yes 0
    1 688 ntfs 239 63 1023 10402560 145938240

    I formatted this drive before I started moving data as one partition and unless I did it accidentally it was not intended to be a bootable partition
    and contains no portion of any operating system.
    PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN!!! Maybe I'll send you a few..........

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    Default Re: Which Partiton table is correct?

    i think u set your jumper as 32GB limit. remove it n check. and post the updates...

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