I did not mate.
However the scan has just finished and it's found the full 6tb of data. phew
Now I've just got to find the $79 to pay for the program licence.
Ah well expensive mistake. ALWAYS SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE when messing about with external storage. Lesson learned
Ok an update.
Chkdsk /r came back with no bad sectors as i suspected it would but no change on the files and directories.
Fired up getmydataback and had a poke round. Changed the level from 1 to 4 and started the scan. 13 hours to go but it seems to be picking up the thousands of files i had...
Yeah I've tried this.
I've hooked it up to my server and it's showing same behaviour. I'm on the server thru remote access from same computer though so might the cache thing still apply? The server is headless.
I'm currently running chkdsk /r on the drive but looks like it will be many hours...
Sorry I got mixed up. The space used is not showing the same. It is showing what it would if the other drives files were on this disk. Sorry for confusion. Have I lost the data?
None of the files on the drive are usable though
I know nothing of linux
I don't know how I've done it but between swapping discs in my external caddy one of my disks has taken on the file structure of another. Space used is still showing as correct. What do I do?
The disk was coming up with unreadable or corrupt when trying to access so I run chkdsk /f g: and...
Yep.. i've experienced this. I have rhe evo 250. But it only seems to happen if i increase the scaling in windows 10 (i am using a tv for display from distance)
I have a new graphics card and had put it down to that though