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I lost most of Slave Driver Data due to chkdsk running, anyway torestore!!!

 
 
Makhdoom
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      10-06-2008
Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?
Is there a way to restore it? Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

Event Type: Information
Event Source: EAPOL
Event Category: None
Event ID: 2001
Date: 10/4/2008
Time: 3:18:18 PM
User: N/A
Computer: USER-9QHSQUTNP0
Description:
EAPOL service was started successfully

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.


7009 N/A USER-9QHSQUTNP0
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Desk Rabbit
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      10-06-2008
Makhdoom wrote:
> Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?

Because the location the data was stored in or the index was corrupted.
You asked it to repair it and it did the best it could.

> Is there a way to restore it?

Yes, several options:

1. Use your most recent backup to restore your data.
2. If you don't have a backup, get a quote for data recovery from your
local data recovery experts.
3. If the recovery costs are too steep, learn from the experience.

> Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

HTH
 
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John Holmes
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      10-06-2008
Makhdoom "contributed" in 24hoursupport.helpdesk:

> Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?
> Is there a way to restore it? Kindly advice . thanks in advance.


Next time, when you have corrupted sectors on a disk, try to backup as
much data as possible *before* you run chkdsk. Right now, I doubt you can
restore anything without pulling your credit card and spentlots of $$$$

HTH

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Makhdoom
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      10-06-2008
That happened when I hooked up another drive to my slave drive and
that lead to disaster screen of chkdsk. I was scared but thought let
it go hoping good.
There were thousands of lines like "deleting index entry ---bla
bla---"

Will System restore can help to retrieve the data? Where can that
deleted data stored? How can I access that deleted data?



Here is another log showing corruption in NTFS :

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Ntfs
Event Category: Disk
Event ID: 55
Date: 10/4/2008
Time: 3:17:58 PM
User: N/A
Computer: USER-9QHSQUTNP0
Description:
The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please
run the chkdsk utility on the volume D:.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 0d 00 00 00 02 00 4e 00 ......N.
0008: 02 00 00 00 37 00 04 c0 ....7..
0010: 00 00 00 00 32 00 00 c0 ....2..
0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........
0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........


On Oct 6, 1:33*pm, John Holmes <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Makhdoom "contributed" in 24hoursupport.helpdesk:
>
> > Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> > corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> > frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?
> > Is there a way to restore it? Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

>
> Next time, when you have corrupted sectors on a disk, try to backup as
> much data as possible *before* you run chkdsk. Right now, I doubt you can
> restore anything without pulling your credit card and spentlots of $$$$
>
> HTH
>
> --
> <snip>


 
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Makhdoom
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      10-06-2008
On Oct 6, 12:55*pm, Desk Rabbit <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Makhdoom wrote:
> > Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> > corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> > frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?

>
> Because the location the data was stored in or the index was corrupted.
> You asked it to repair it and it did the best it could.
>
> > Is there a way to restore it?

>
> Yes, several options:
>
> 1. Use your most recent backup to restore your data.
> 2. If you don't have a backup, get a quote for data recovery from your
> local data recovery experts.
> 3. If the recovery costs are too steep, learn from the experience.
>
> > Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

>
> HTH

Will this help?

From: Keri D.
Hard drive revival:
A technique I have learned is if you bring the temperature of the hard
drive down to the
freezing point by putting it in a freezer first and then taking it
back out, somehow the
condensation from bringing it back to room temperature helps revive it
for about 20 minutes.
It can be repeated about 5-6 times tops. Long enough to get out any
important files that need
to be backed up. It has been proven to work a number of times.
 
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chuckcar
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      10-07-2008
Makhdoom <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
news:(E-Mail Removed):

> That happened when I hooked up another drive to my slave drive and
> that lead to disaster screen of chkdsk. I was scared but thought let
> it go hoping good.
> There were thousands of lines like "deleting index entry ---bla
> bla---"
>
> Will System restore can help to retrieve the data?

No.

> Where can that deleted data stored?


On the hard drive where the bad sectors are.

> How can I access that deleted data?


You *can't* the sectors are unreadable. That's what a bad sector *is*.

Don't top-post please. Trimming your posts is good too. The problem is
that that hard drive is worn out. DOA. Dead. You need to get another one.
Hence the need for backups. Hard drives last maybe 5-10 years and then
they die without any warning. Just like you've just seen.


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Tony
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      10-07-2008
He can't top-post you idiot. His hard drive wore out... remember?

chuckcar wrote:

> Makhdoom <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
> news:(E-Mail Removed):
>
> > That happened when I hooked up another drive to my slave drive and
> > that lead to disaster screen of chkdsk. I was scared but thought let
> > it go hoping good.
> > There were thousands of lines like "deleting index entry ---bla
> > bla---"
> >
> > Will System restore can help to retrieve the data?

> No.
>
> > Where can that deleted data stored?

>
> On the hard drive where the bad sectors are.
>
> > How can I access that deleted data?

>
> You *can't* the sectors are unreadable. That's what a bad sector *is*.
>
> Don't top-post please. Trimming your posts is good too. The problem is
> that that hard drive is worn out. DOA. Dead. You need to get another one.
> Hence the need for backups. Hard drives last maybe 5-10 years and then
> they die without any warning. Just like you've just seen.
>
> --
> (setq (chuck nil) car(chuck) )


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Tony
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      10-07-2008
Don't throw out that hard drive just yet! Your nemesis is gravity. Your data
can likely be retrieved in outer space. Send your hard drive to NASA and see if
they can take your hard drive on the next flight to Mars and retrieve all your
data.

Makhdoom wrote:

> That happened when I hooked up another drive to my slave drive and
> that lead to disaster screen of chkdsk. I was scared but thought let
> it go hoping good.
> There were thousands of lines like "deleting index entry ---bla
> bla---"
>
> Will System restore can help to retrieve the data? Where can that
> deleted data stored? How can I access that deleted data?
>
> Here is another log showing corruption in NTFS :
>
> Event Type: Error
> Event Source: Ntfs
> Event Category: Disk
> Event ID: 55
> Date: 10/4/2008
> Time: 3:17:58 PM
> User: N/A
> Computer: USER-9QHSQUTNP0
> Description:
> The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please
> run the chkdsk utility on the volume D:.
>
> For more information, see Help and Support Center at
> http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
> Data:
> 0000: 0d 00 00 00 02 00 4e 00 ......N.
> 0008: 02 00 00 00 37 00 04 c0 ....7..
> 0010: 00 00 00 00 32 00 00 c0 ....2..
> 0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........
> 0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........
>
> On Oct 6, 1:33 pm, John Holmes <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> > Makhdoom "contributed" in 24hoursupport.helpdesk:
> >
> > > Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> > > corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> > > frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?
> > > Is there a way to restore it? Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

> >
> > Next time, when you have corrupted sectors on a disk, try to backup as
> > much data as possible *before* you run chkdsk. Right now, I doubt you can
> > restore anything without pulling your credit card and spentlots of $$$$
> >
> > HTH
> >
> > --
> > <snip>


--
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Come get your ticket to CyberFROG city

No, I just decided not to play your silly game is all. *Some* of us know proper
manners

Very few. I used to take calls from *rank* noobs,

Hamster isn't a newsreader it's a mistake!

El-Gonzo Jackson FROGS both me and Chuckcar

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Desk Rabbit
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      10-07-2008
Makhdoom wrote:
> On Oct 6, 12:55 pm, Desk Rabbit <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> Makhdoom wrote:
>>> Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
>>> corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
>>> frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?

>> Because the location the data was stored in or the index was corrupted.
>> You asked it to repair it and it did the best it could.
>>
>>> Is there a way to restore it?

>> Yes, several options:
>>
>> 1. Use your most recent backup to restore your data.
>> 2. If you don't have a backup, get a quote for data recovery from your
>> local data recovery experts.
>> 3. If the recovery costs are too steep, learn from the experience.
>>
>>> Kindly advice . thanks in advance.

>> HTH

> Will this help?
>
> From: Keri D.
> Hard drive revival:
> A technique I have learned is if you bring the temperature of the hard
> drive down to the
> freezing point by putting it in a freezer first and then taking it
> back out, somehow the
> condensation from bringing it back to room temperature helps revive it
> for about 20 minutes.
> It can be repeated about 5-6 times tops. Long enough to get out any
> important files that need
> to be backed up. It has been proven to work a number of times.


It might help to make the job of the data recovery company harder and
more expensive.

Freezing drives works for electronic faults, not corrupted data.
 
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Makhdoom
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      10-09-2008
On Oct 7, 4:48*am, Desk Rabbit <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Makhdoom wrote:
> > On Oct 6, 12:55 pm, Desk Rabbit <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> >> Makhdoom wrote:
> >>> Here is snap of event log when I left black screeen hoping to have
> >>> corrupted sectors cleaned up by chkdsk scan, but I am totally
> >>> frustrated , how can chkdsk deleted most of my data from slave drive?
> >> Because the location the data was stored in or the index was corrupted..
> >> You asked it to repair it and it did the best it could.

>
> >>> Is there a way to restore it?
> >> Yes, several options:

>
> >> 1. Use your most recent backup to restore your data.
> >> 2. If you don't have a backup, get a quote for data recovery from your
> >> local data recovery experts.
> >> 3. If the recovery costs are too steep, learn from the experience.

>
> >>> Kindly advice . thanks in advance.
> >> HTH

> > Will this help?

>
> > From: Keri D.
> > Hard drive revival:
> > A technique I have learned is if you bring the temperature of the hard
> > drive down to the
> > freezing point by putting it in a freezer first and then taking it
> > back out, somehow the
> > condensation from bringing it back to room temperature helps revive it
> > for about 20 minutes.
> > It can be repeated about 5-6 times tops. Long enough to get out any
> > important files that need
> > to be backed up. It has been proven to work a number of times.

>
> It might help to make the job of the data recovery company harder and
> more expensive.
>
> Freezing drives works for electronic faults, not corrupted data.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


I have atleast 5 more Hard Drives, I have restored, re-formatted one
of them by freezing for 1.5 hour. Still I can't read that bad sector
deleted files.
I am still doing experiments prior to NASA flight to MARS.
 
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