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Half of partitioned HD gone

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Iīve got a 200 gig HD that is partitioned into two 100 gigs E and F. A couple of days ago I couldnīt access the F drive any more. The E drive i still the same, and the F drive shows on "my computer", but I canīt access any of its data. When Running chkdsk I get a message about a corrupted Master File Table so it canīt run on F. Does anyone know of any progs or any way to fix this? Searched the net but couldnīt find an asnwer, so hopefully someone with more understanding than me can answer to this topic :tazz:
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