So I've been having some problems with my desktop PC (in my signature). I had a problem with it randomly shutting down about a month ago. I ended up getting a new PSU and that seemed to correct that issue. But the CPU's would run around 60-70% at idle, also had some lag when doing multiple tasks, which I wouldn't think would happen with a dual CPU workstation. And most recently the PC wont power on. So long story short, I had enough tinkering with it and explaining to the wife why it didn't work as smooth as it should. So I figured I'd just switch out that desktop and image a Lenovo Thinkcentre m93p tower desktop that I had sitting around. I figured it's a newer PC, it wasn't pieced together like the HP workstation, etc. So I took my SSD and 2nd drive into work took some screen shots of the files, etc on each drive. I took the day off of work today to switch out the drives and start a reimage. This morning I was able to copy what I needed from the SSD, but the 2nd drive gives me the "Volume does not contain a recognized file system, format the drive" error. From what I've googled, something must have happened to the secondary drive when I disconnected it from my external cables at work. I'm currently running a Test Disk scan on the drive - TestDisk Download - CGSecurity But figured I'd also check here to see if there are any other options if that doesn't give me any results. Thanks in advance.