It maybe too late as the system sees an imperfect HD. I suggest you clone or make an image of the problem drive. Use "clonezilla" s/w or any imaging s/w like Norton Ghost or if you access to the HD maker's support website, they may provide similar s/w, hopefully, you can then make a back-up or save what you can. BUT!!!! as i suggested it maybe too late for user intervention, a data retrieval service maybe needed, if you can afford or deem the data super critical to be saved. Sorry, next time save or back-up data on a periodical basis.
FYI- Check the "storage forum" for s/w listed in the sticky post for possible use.
Hi, anybody can help me?
i want to help my friend's to save his data from harddisk. he get a condition that harddisk is run very slowly and cannot get in to OS (WINDOWS 7). i had checked that his harddisk is damage but its still detected on BIOS. i tried with unplug the harddisk and want to detected it from my computer but it detected and removed so fast (like a blinked) when the harddisk is detected in my computer (windows 7), and it's show a message :
"You need to format the disk in drive G: before you can use it
Do you want to format it"
for additional information, the harddisk is TOSHIBA MK3265GSX and have two partition
and the message has same condition for the other drive.
i need an assistance..
thanks for help...