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Error 0x80070570 Killing my system.

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  1. PaulLipton

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    I have been getting the error 0x80070570 when i try to delete corrupted data files about 75 on the c drive. Chkdsk runs but does not fix or delete the bad files. I tried the Microsoft startup repair but the bad files are still bad and not removed. I had seen some posts that alluded to fixing this problem but nothing has worked for me. The damaged files are data (JPG,CSV etc) located in a data folder not my documents folder. Try as i may nothing I have seen can get rid of these files. This problem causes CHKDSK to be called by Vista on almost all boots.

    This problem started when my c Raptor dive got servo errors and failed WD's short disk diagnostic test with a statement about a servo problem. The drive was RMA'd back to WD after i moved my boot drive via Acronic clone to my D drive which was then made my c drive in the bios.

    Can someone please help me.
     
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    Tried the Microsoft Repair approach but nothing got fixed. I have now done a copy of all of my data files to another drive. I then deleted all of the files in the data folder. The next step was to image the system excluding the data folder. I then did an image restore. Now at least the 46 bad files gone. There must still be bad files on the drive since CHKDSK was called by Vista. I just found an MFT repair program. Have not tested yet.
     
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    Followed the instructions but the log file came up empty. problem continues. The real problem is i need to repair the MFT but it looks like both copies are bad.
     
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    hi so am i right that you used an image of the os from the faulty os or did i miss the point
     
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    Yes, may oldest image was from after the error was discovered. I though the drive ie MFT was ok so I cloned the old drive to a cleaned drive not knowing at that time the MFT was bad. So far I have been unable to locate a program that will rebuild the MFT. I tried testdisk 6.11.2 with the advanced option but it said both MFT's were bad. Are you aware of a program that is capable of rebuilding an MFT?
     
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    After fighting with off the shelf fre downloads I finally purchased Data Doctor Recovery for NTFS. I ran the program in the advanced search mode with UAC off. I was able to clean up the disk problems so I thought. When the cleanup was done in the USER Accounts i could see both accounts with the file/directory space allocations for each user. At that point to enhance security I turned UAC back on. When i then checked the USERs after a reboot. One of the accounts was gone and the other one had a question mark for the space takes by directories/files.

    Can someone please help to now fix this problem. The MFT's with UAC off look fine as reported by the trial version of GetDataBackNow and DataDoctorRecovery NTFS v3.0.1.5. I have tried to get help for Support at Data Doctor but no one responds to my emails for help.

    If you need mofe info to help me please post and i will supply all that i can figure out.

    Thanks.

    PaulLipton
     
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