Damit das bei euch klappt, haben wir eine kleine Testdisk-Anleitung zusammengestellt. Das Gute an Testdisk ist der logische Aufbau. Das macht die folgende Testdisk-Anleitung hoffentlich gut nachvollziehbar. So ist das Festplattenwerkzeug zwar englischsprachig, aber das macht in diesem Fall kaum etwas. Aus diesem Grund besteht dieser Vorgang auch nur aus ein paar einfachen Klicks. Namen werden nicht angezeigt.
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We have a 36GB hard disk containing 3 partitions. Other recovery examples are also available. One condition: TestDisk must be executed with Administrator privileges. To proceed, confirm your choice s with the Enter key. To return to a previous display or quit TestDisk, use the q Quit key. In Windows Explorer, that logical drive is no longer available. The Windows Disk Management Console now displays only "unallocated space" where this logical partition had been located.
Extract the files from the archive including the sub-directories. To recover partition from a media image or repair a filesystem image, run testdisk image.
To repair a filesystem not listed by TestDisk, run testdisk device, i. Log creation Choose Create to instruct Testdisk to create a log file containing technical information and messages, unless you have a reason to append data to the log or you execute TestDisk from read only media and must create the log elsewhere.
Choose None if you do not want messages and details of the process to be written into a log file useful if for example Testdisk was started from a read-only location. Press Enter to proceed. Press Enter to Proceed. Partition table type selection TestDisk displays the partition table types. Select the partition table type - usually the default value is the correct one as TestDisk auto-detects the partition table type.
Use the default menu "Analyse" to check your current partition structure and search for lost partitions. Confirm at Analyse with Enter to proceed. Now, your current partition structure is listed. Examine your current partition structure for missing partitions and errors. The first partition is listed twice which points to a corrupted partition or an invalid partition table entry. Only one logical partition label Partition 2 is available in the extended partition.
One logical partition is missing. Confirm at Quick Search to proceed. Quick Search for partitions TestDisk displays the first results in real time. During the Quick Search, TestDisk has found two partitions including the missing logical partition labeled Partition 3. Highlight this partition and press p to list your files to go back to the previous display, press q to Quit, Files listed in red are deleted entries.
All directories and data are correctly listed. Save the partition table or search for more partitions? When all partitions are available and data correctly listed, you should go to the menu Write to save the partition structure. The menu Extd Part gives you the opportunity to decide if the extended partition will use all available disk space or only the required minimal space.
Since a partition, the first one, is still missing, highlight the menu Deeper Search if not done automatically already and press Enter to proceed. After the Deeper Search, the results are displayed as follows: The first partition "Partition 1" was found by using backup boot sector. In the last line of your display, you can read the message "NTFS found using backup sector! The "partition 2" is displayed twice with different size.
Partitions listed as D eleted will not be recovered if you let them listed as deleted. Both partitions are listed with status D for deleted, because they overlap each other. You need to identify which partition to recover. Highlight the first partition Partition 2 and press p to list its data. The file system of the upper logical partition label Partition 2 is damaged click on thumb. Press q for Quit to go back to the previous display.
Let this partition Partition 2 with a damaged file system marked as D deleted. Highlight the second partition Partition 2 below Press p to list its files. It works, your files are listed, you have found the correct partition! This way you will be able to recover this partition.
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