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I got PS Guard so I reinstalled windows.


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Hey.
I got lots of bad viruses on of them was PS Guard and another was nemed something like Sheriff i think it was (it had the same icon as the Windows security thing)
So I reinstalled windows and now I have a big problem.
I dont know If it has anything to do with the viruses.

The problem is that I have a SATA disc (NTFS) with lots of video files on it.
And now there is a lot of them thats not working.
Some i onley get Cannot render file and some I can play a little bit of the file.
And then there is some that work fine.

The strange thing is that its onley on that disc its like this.
I have two other IDE disc's with video files on, thay all work fine.

So can one of the viruses have done this.
Or can it be some other problem?
Do I need to install some SATA drivers when I reinstall windows?
I remember I had to do something like that when I forst got the disc but I cant remember what.

Can someone help me?

Edit:
Is there a chanse I can get the working files of the disc with a NTFS file recovery program or something like that?
Anyone know a good free one?

Edited by Trond, 07 September 2005 - 11:59 AM.

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Hmm I downloaded a NTFS recovery program.

And here is the select drive window.

NTFS_info.JPG

Is that the problem or what?
It is a 200 GB disc.
Look at the total disc size and the partition size.
How do I fix that?
It warked fine before I reinstalled windows.
So are there something I need to install?

Please help

Edited by Trond, 07 September 2005 - 11:37 AM.

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Someone please tell me my files are not lost for ever :tazz:
Help me..
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