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  1. jaclynnn

    jaclynnn Thread Starter

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    hello! im trying to recover a corrupted partition with [email protected] partition recovery.
    i have a C: which is the master hard drive, and i have just formatted it, and when i clicked on F: hard drive ( secondary hard drive) it says it is corrupted.
    ive done the complete scan of the drive, and then it comes up with 3 local disks #0, #1,#2, which is listed under "partitions". two are bad, and one is not bad. when i want to recover any of these partitions, it says, " unable to recover the partition because it overlaps with other partition(s)! Please define and delete the invalid partitions on the disk first. "
    how do i define or delete these? and how do i know which ones are invalid.
    btw, these 3 partitions came up from my F: hard drive

    if anyone can help , please dooooo
    thankyou
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Try Testdisk.

    Do you have data to recover? If so, you should attempt recovery before attemting to alter or recover partitions since that can lead to total loss of the data.

    If you have no data to recover, delete all the partitions, create new ones, and format.

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