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Edited by Common, 08 January 2012 - 11:18 PM.
Thank you for your reply Phill. I have a Western Digital WD2000 internal SATA harddrive. It is interesting that you bring up the possibility of the damaged HDD because there were multiple short power outages that happened before my entire desktop crashed. Im thinking it might have shorted some circuits in my HDD? This happened a few years ago and ive just got to restoring my files now. After the power outages I tried to start my computer but it would start the logo screen at the beginning of the startup and it would stall on the little blue/green loading bar then restart by itself. Ive tried to start it in safe mode but it would give me the blue screen saying UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME.
Try Puppy Linux http://www.geekstogo...over-your-data/
Im still trying to figure out where some of my files are.
I recovered some songs but when I play them, the files are totally corrupt. Is this a sign that my old hard drive was previously damaged?
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