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  1. I need some assistance and I hope somebody can assist me. I cloned two hard drives via clonezilla because one of those hard drives has bad sectors. I have Windows 7 64 bit. The original hard drives still work even though one of them has the bad sectors. The cloned hard drives will not boot. I get the message error File: \Boot\BCD Status: 0xc000000f Info: An error occurred while trying to read the boot configuration data. I attempted some solutions that I saw on a few other threads; but, I have had no success. The system recovery options shows. Oper
  2. For reference, these are the results of the HDDScan And heres a screenshot from windows: I can't seem to see any data on the HDD anymore since its not being recognized as formatted, so there's no way to make a backup! The drive still shows up in Windows Device Manager, but it shows up in Windows as a RAW drive (primary partition), with 2 other unallocated partitions. It was originally formatted as NTFS. I tried booting from Linux Ubuntu but can't see the the drive either. I have already connected it to different machines and on a HDD dock as well. Still the same. What do the HDDScan resu
  3. Well i see that alot of issues with raw data but mine has a twist i have 2 ssd 120gb in raid to make 1 240gb ssd hd no i not sure what to do to restore of fix the issue even recovering data dont seem easy im using g parted live witch finds the 2 ssd and the mapped raid ssd but cant recover it or repair 2 error , 1 partition outside of disk and 1 other , 1 ssd is unallocated 1 is ok wid a warning but i duno how it used to be i have testdisk but duno how to use it on a ssd/raid testdisk shows 2 ssd and 2 mapped all these fault was cause but chkdsk on pc restart when it crashed
  4. Hallo I have searched Google a Little, and found this site, and I can see you are pretty hardcore about drives which are strange.. I have my laptop, and after a update (Windows 8 to 8.1) my computer won´t boot anymore. The strange part is that during the update (i was not at my computer when it was updating, it turned off) When I use Disk Part to reveal my drive, I can see my drive with Windows 8 is now a Raw Drive, and not a NTFS. Can you help me fix that, without formatting the drive? Here is a Logfile from testdisk quick scan. http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/24558047/file.html (somehow
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