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Drive E: needs to be formatted

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Hi there. I have had an external hard drive connected to my computer for over 1 year now. I went to access some books, which I so lovingly thought I completed last week. I got the message E:/file man.aga path does not exist. Please verify the correct path was given. Then I got an error message the disk needed to be formatted, and when I clicked 'yes' it gave me the message that it couldn't format it. I have rebooted, disconnected, reconnected the external hd, and don't know what else to do. I really really need the stuff that is on there, and loath the potential of having to do 1/2 a years books over again. Please help ASAP. Thanks!
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