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I can't see ANY files on my D drive.

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Hi -

I have a problem & arrived at this website for the first time today searching for a way to recover my data.

In brief, I can see an icon for my "D Drive" which is my slave drive. It had been working very well until yesterday. Now I can only see that it exists as an icon, but I cannot see or open any of the files on it (mostly photos, I'm a photographer).

From what I have read on this site, it *may* be that my partition table is shot. But that's just a possibility. I'd be very thankful for any other possible ways to fix this problem.

For what it's worth, in the Computer Management/Disk Management area of my Control Panel, the D drive is visible and it says "Healthy". I don't know if I should find comfort there, but it's helping me to keep hope alive : )

If any of you reading this have had an experience or know of someone who has totally lost access to their files on one drive - but has not formatted or erased or otherwise harmed their disk, *please* let me know a good next step. There are no bad sounds coming from the disk drive, and I have checked to make sure the connections are good.



Edited by jluke, 04 May 2005 - 11:31 PM.

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Duplicate topic. Continued here: http://www.geekstogo...es_-t22326.html

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