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« on: September 28, 2004, 01:25:29 AM »

Operating System Version:win98 SE
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Hi! Hello!!
I got a big problem, my hardrive have an error like this "Write Fault
error reading on drive C:" when I tried to access some files on the disk. I tried to format the disk but this error appear
                          "Unable to write boot
                           format terminated
                           Write fault error reading on drive C
                           abort, retry,ignore, fail"
I tried to run the scanreg but it terminated the operation and this
error appear "Write fault error reading on drive C
              abort, retry,ignore, fail"

How can I recover It? , because I have a important
data on my disk, I forgot to backup my file that's my Big problem
please help!!! thanks

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« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2004, 01:54:24 PM »

You have important data on the disk, but you tried to format it anyway? Interesting.

Anyway, it's easy to say that your harddrive is buggered. Maybe that the harddrive's manufacturer has some special tools that can still make it readable, but for that you need to know what brand & model the harddrive is. Do you?

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