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#1 whaley

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Posted 14 January 2008 - 09:52 AM

Help! my hardisk crashed. any programs would be able to recover my data? It happen to me when i tried to open my winamp. i tried to play some songs in my computer in other partition then.. it prompt me a message the disk cannot be acces blah blah.. I went to My computer, select my partition, doubble click it, it shows me a message, this disk is not formated, do you wan to format it now? i thought a restart would help me. after a restart, the computer prompt me a message, No Operating system found. press any key to restart.BTW i have 2 hardisk. one is for my OS, One is for my data. how is it possiable to hae 2 hardisk crash at the same time? can anyone help me please!! =(((
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Posted 19 January 2008 - 08:43 PM

ani1 help pleeeassseeeee!!
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Posted 19 January 2008 - 10:34 PM

Looks like you been infected with a Virus that wiped you out. That is why it is important to back your data up. The only thing I can tell you is need to either Reinstall Windows and then get a utility to get your data back on the drive that contained the data. If you have space on the OS drive, create a partition and try to recover tha data to the drive with the OS on it. then move it back to the other drive.
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