Can not access my 1tb elements!


#1

Tried everything there was said here, but there is nothing like my case here.

So I was in class and I plugged my WD to my pc, I copy and paste a file then I connect the disc to an iMac, and the imac says he can´t read the disc… so I plug it out of the iMac and put it back on my computer, and my computer, does not read it…

  the disc is plugged in but it does not show up in "my computer area"..

but when i go to the disc or dispositive manegement, the computer says it everythink okey with disc!!!

AND I AM REALLY WORRIED BECAUSE I HAVE LIKE 200 GB OF SCHOOL STUFF THERE AND I CAN’T LOSE IT !!!


#2

Hello redlehvision,

Maybe you should try contacting WD’s Technical Support about this.

To Contact WD for Technical Support


#3

So I went back to the Active Partition Recovery program, and used its “super scan” to check the drive and hopefully see what was going on. It would get a few minutes into the scan, then the drive would “unmount” and the program would freeze, I tried this several times. I had the drive plugged into the USB 3.0 port so I switched over to the 2.0 and tried again, then the scan worked. According to the program all the “sectors” are ok and I can see all the folders and file names in it’s file browser.

This program does have an option to “recover” the drive by copying all the data to another disk, however I don’t have another drive with enough room to do this at the moment.

I did a little more googling and found some info about a program called Recuva and that it might be able to help me out. I tried that and when I tried to view the folders/files with that it gave me an error “unable to read MFT”.

Now the error in windows has changed from what it was before and if I try to open the disk it says “E:\ is not accessible, the parameter is incorrect”
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