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13-03-2006, 09:15 PM #1
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- Nov 2004
- PLANET EARTH(KOLKATA)
VERY VERY URGENT.....PARTITION ERROR.PLZ REPLY NOW..
hey guys ,
i am in desperate help.I had 4 partion(total 40 GB) C,D,E,F.Using partion magic 8 i tried to merge partition E with partition F.But while the process was going on ,the was a error and to my horror i found that my computer showed only C and D .No E and F drive. Now what to do and what are the sotwares to recover the data in the two drives .Plz reply ASAP.Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2 build=2600
Mobo- MSI PM8M-V
GenuineIntel Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHzRAM : Installed : 512 * 2 MB DDR RAM (TRANSCEND)
XFX FX5200 128 MB
13-03-2006, 11:31 PM #2
Really critical situation.If you are getting partition error in Partition Magic then try Windows Disk Management.(right click My Computer then Manage and under storage disk management).I think it will help you to solve the problem.
If you know Dos mode partitioning then you can try it as a 2nd option.
For data recovery soft just search the forum.
Active File Recover or Easy Recovery and many softs r available.
15-03-2006, 02:50 PM #3
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- May 2005
Hi dude try to recover the data using
"ONTRACK EASY RECOVERY PRO". I have used it and is the best to recover data on both fat32 and ntfs.
Now try if the partions are visible in partion magic...
15-03-2006, 04:14 PM #4
You can use Active Partition Recovery. Its a software which recovers lost partitions in dos mode.
But dont use your pc much as the more you use it, the lesser chances you have of recovering them.Dont ever involve in a dispute with a fool. The viewers might not be able to distinguish between the two :rolleyes:
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