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Hdd not initialized

metku
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Hi guys,

 

I am backing up my harddisk ( it is running without amy problem) and suddenly the windows freezed and bsod on me. 

 

The next thing my notebook wont boot up and when i plug it to another pc it shows like this. It can't be initialized and is there any chance to fix it? The hdd is Seagate 1 tb sshd

 

Many thanks in advance.

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Just now, Cigano said:

You have to format and name the drive before you can use it. 

The hdd contains the data. If possible i don't want to format it if there is other way to initialize it. 

 

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1 minute ago, metku said:

The hdd contains the data. If possible i don't want to format it if there is other way to initialize it. 

 

oh so you're referring to disk 0 and not disk 1?

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3 minutes ago, metku said:

The hdd contains the data. If possible i don't want to format it if there is other way to initialize it. 

 

How much do you care about this data? 

 

This is getting into data recovery, and id take it to a pro if that data is valualable to you, there is a good chance the disk is failing and you can't do this at home.

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1 minute ago, Cigano said:

oh so you're referring to disk 0 and not disk 1?

I'm refering to disk 1 . Disk 0 is my backup notebook while disk 1 is my working notebook that contains 2 partition (when its working). 

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All those CRC errors are usually a very bad sign on a hdd, looks to me it died when it was being read from to make a backup, terrible timing.

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