Boot up error and partition errors on using the recover partition software

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What are required when using a recover partition software? It seems like after a quick scan and scanning for lost partition on Windows sometimes it does not scan those that of a different partition. Do i need to thoroughly scan? Apart from what when sometimes the boot disk bootable media does not boot at all after selecting the correct boot priority. It sits there blank. Is there sometimes I can do about it? Or probably there were errors on the whole recovery process. 

 

 

 

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Boot up error and partition errors on using the recover partition software

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Hi Shirlyn,

You don't need to scan for the partition. Assuming that it's not deleted yet, usually it'll be activated when you select Repair Now or Repair Your computer in Advanced Boot Options.

For your bootable media, I think it's broken or corrupted. I experienced that problem before. I downloaded Ubuntu, burned it into a DVD then tried to install it on my machine. It turned out that something's wrong during the burning process that's why the DVD didn't work. So I burned another DVD using the least writing speed as possible and it works!

 

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Boot up error and partition errors on using the recover partition software

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Hi Shirlyn,

   Chances are if after running a scan you still end up having issues worst losing your files, then the files on the HDD may not be retrieved anymore. Note that there is a certain command in your computer you can use to thoroughly scan your HDD and has a bigger success return than that of 3rd party tools. You can use the CHKDSK command either use the repair or format or use both. Just go to the Non bootable section on your computer then choose to boot using your CD, you must have your OS disk ready, from there you have the option to run the Repair on a GUI if still did not work run CHKDSK c: /f /r on the command prompt from safemode.

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