I really do not know anything about that program, but it appears mainly suited for Ubuntu, not Windows. You might make the situation worse. At this point, all we can do is try different utilities with the hope that something will finally work. I have had successes and failures both when pulling data off corrupted partitions. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't .
First, disconnect from the internet, then turn off any firewall and antivirus you have running. I have had the experience that sometimes they interfere with the process. Don't forget to turn them back on when you finish the session.
> Run Reatogo; if you can't access the partition, look for any partition utility it may have and try to access with that.
> Here are three free tools that claim to recover damaged partitions. The first, Minitool, seems to be hopeful. Note that they include Easus, which seems to claim to recover damaged partitions although it would not work fully for you (?). Definitely try Testdisk, I have heard it is good. https://www.techsupp...nt-software.htm
> Knoppix is an old standby of mine; a Linux distro, I always keep it handy for pulling data off damaged operating systems. I used it once for a corrupted partition also. Download the ISO from the link, use the EN http option to download. St. Edwards University toward the bottom is a pretty good server. Remember that when it finally loads, arrow-down to the "graphic" option to access the hard drive. http://www.knopper.n...s/index-en.html
Edited by ranchhand3, 06 October 2014 - 08:13 PM.