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  1. Posts : 38,358
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #21

    Please use the snipping tool to post results into the thread.


    The HD Tune full error scan and Sea Tools long generic can take many hours on large drives.

    These are some additional quick drive tests to run after the above tests.

    Run HD Sentinel: (free or trial edition)
    Hard Disk Sentinel - HDD health and temperature monitoring
    Hard Disk Sentinel - HDD health and temperature monitoring
    Post images of each of these tabs into the thread:
    Overview tab
    Temperature
    SMART
    Disk performance


    Crystal Disk standard edition:
    CrystalDiskInfo – Crystal Dew World
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  2. Posts : 17
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       #22

    Here are the results so far. SeaTools is currently stuck for about 5 minutes at "USB: Scanning for supported drives. Please wait..." Maybe because HD Tune 2.55 is still running...
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  3. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #23

    mana10 said:
    @zbook, I did detach the drives and booted into the installer CD. Then I did the diskpart, lis dis, sel dis 0 (the new SSD is indeed #0). Then I typed "bcdboot C:\Windows /s C: /f BIOS" but that just showed me the options of diskpart. See attachment. So I exited diskpart and entered the command in the main prompt. Then I rebooted but still got the error "Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key_"
    You don't run bcdboot from inside diskpart. If that is what you have been doing all along, that is your problem. You run bcdboot in a command prompt, not in diskpart.
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  4. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    mana10 said:
    @zbook, I tried this but now my system broke down. Please see the screenshot for the results of what I got. After rebooting I got a blue screen saying " Your PC ran into a problem and needs to rrestart. We'll restart for you". It restarted a few times and then I got "Your PC couldn't start properly. After multiple tries.... Error code: 0xc000001...".
    In this screenshot C: drive volume is listed as RAW. You need to completely wipe this SSD and start over....
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  5. Posts : 17
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       #25

    NavyLCDR said:
    You don't run bcdboot from inside diskpart. If that is what you have been doing all along, that is your problem. You run bcdboot in a command prompt, not in diskpart.
    Well, I did run it in diskpart initially but since diskpart didn't recognize the command I excited diskpart and then ran it outside of diskpart.

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    NavyLCDR said:
    In this screenshot C: drive volume is listed as RAW. You need to completely wipe this SSD and start over....
    Any way to save the data on the C drive?
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  6. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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       #26

    At this point, you need to wipe the new SSD and do a clean install to it with no other drives connected.
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  7. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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       #27

    You might be able to save some data with a partition recovery program.
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  8. Posts : 38,358
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #28

    If there are problems with the drive (fail long generic) then replace the drive.

    If there are no problems with the drive and only the drive file system (NTFS etc.) then attempt data recovery.

    There were two recent threads where RAW recovery partitions surprisingly recovered.

    RAW indicates Windows cannot read the file. The data may be able to be recovered or read by a different operating system (Ubuntu/Linux).

    When available please post results for HD Tune full error scan, and Sea Tools for Windows long generic test.

    What is / are the status of the files on the drive?
    Kyhi has Macrium > see if you can make a free backup image (indicate any error message or code)


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  9. sygnus21's Avatar
    Posts : 5,348
    Win 10 Pro (x64) 20H2 (19042.928)
       #29

    mana10 said:
    Any way to save the data on the C drive?
    I tried Minitool Power Data Recovery 8.7 to recover files from a RAW disk I had, but in the end only 75 percent of the files were usable with the other 25 percent corrupted. And no, I'm not endorsing MiniTool Recovery, it's just the program I tried ($89 dollars later).

    My point is whatever program you use (and in order to recover all files you'll need a paid version) to try to recover files with there's no guarantee they'll have a 100 percent success rate. In the end it was able to find some backups that allow me to recover most of my files.

    This leads to another reason to ALWAYS backup files before doing any drive maintenance or clone swapping.

    Good luck.
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  10. Posts : 17
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    Thread Starter
       #30

    Hmm, I didn't get notifications about those last posts. Anyways,
    @zbook, HDTune 2.55 Faile Long Generic scan finished and everything was green. I also ran Sea Tools and it didn't find anything but I didn't bother taking screenshots after what NavyLCDR said.
    I then started searching for data recovery programs. I found Easeus (and many others) but the Easeus required an internet connection and the Kyhi didn't find my network card and the wireless had an IP of 0.0.0.0. Then I discovered MiniTool Power Data Recovery 7.0 on Kyhi. It took some time to scan but it found a lot of my files. I am recovering them right now and I am pretty optimistic. Most of them are still intact.
    Another issue will be finding all the license keys. Plus I have a lot of software that requires online activation and before you can install it on another computer you have to deactivate the software which obviously I can't do at this point.
    After my backup I will let have windows try to recover. I don't have much hope but I don't have much to lose anymore.

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    sygnus21 said:
    ...And no, I'm not endorsing MiniTool Recovery, it's just the program I tried ($89 dollars later).
    This software is actually included on Kyhi and it didn't cost anything. Maybe it's an older version and there is a newer one now. But I just wanted to mention it in case somebody else will be in the same situation. I am still not sure why this happened....

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    Windows recovery didn't work. I looked into MiniTool Partition Wizard Professional 9.1 to change the type from raw to ntfs. To my surprise this tool lists my partition as Basic MBR - CNTFS). So why does it see it as NTFS?
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