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Windows 7: BSOD While Booting Into the OS - 0x000000ED

27 Apr 2015   #11
Burning

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

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Hi, I have something very similar to your problem, with the same symptoms, on my computer.

I had 7 errors while running Seatools for DOS, do you have any idea what are the next steps ? How did you find the brand of your hard drive.

Thank you in advance.
I checked the log in SeaTools and posted which sectors were bad in a previous post. I know the brand of my hard drive because I built my computer. You can find the brand of your hard drive by opening the case or going into the BIOS. If the name begins with "WDC" or "WD" then it is a Western Digital, and you can search the model number online to see what the exact model name is. I've never owned a SeaGate drive, so I do not know how their model numbers look. I don't know how to proceed from here, I'm still running the full test with the Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostics, but I think I'll get the same results without an option to fix.

I had to open my computer, but I finally have the info : it's a Toshiba hard drive. I'm guessing they don't have a data recovery system though (didn't find one online)
A quick Google search brought up Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility
It's worth a read, although I'm not sure how to use it or if it would help the hard drive. Hopefully someone with a past experience/ a frequent contributor could shed some light on this.


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29 Apr 2015   #12
Uneo

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

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I checked the log in SeaTools and posted which sectors were bad in a previous post. I know the brand of my hard drive because I built my computer. You can find the brand of your hard drive by opening the case or going into the BIOS. If the name begins with "WDC" or "WD" then it is a Western Digital, and you can search the model number online to see what the exact model name is. I've never owned a SeaGate drive, so I do not know how their model numbers look. I don't know how to proceed from here, I'm still running the full test with the Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostics, but I think I'll get the same results without an option to fix.

I had to open my computer, but I finally have the info : it's a Toshiba hard drive. I'm guessing they don't have a data recovery system though (didn't find one online)
A quick Google search brought up Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility
It's worth a read, although I'm not sure how to use it or if it would help the hard drive. Hopefully someone with a past experience/ a frequent contributor could shed some light on this.
I remember reading this link, except it completely rewrites the Hard drive :
"CAUTION: Restoring a hard disk drive to its factory default state deletes all partitions on the hard disk drive and all data stored within them. All of your files and information will be lost. "

Your tool from WD sounded like you could repair your disk without damaging the data, which is what I want (my last backup was quite some time ago).
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29 Apr 2015   #13
Burning

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

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I had to open my computer, but I finally have the info : it's a Toshiba hard drive. I'm guessing they don't have a data recovery system though (didn't find one online)
A quick Google search brought up Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility
It's worth a read, although I'm not sure how to use it or if it would help the hard drive. Hopefully someone with a past experience/ a frequent contributor could shed some light on this.
I remember reading this link, except it completely rewrites the Hard drive :
"CAUTION: Restoring a hard disk drive to its factory default state deletes all partitions on the hard disk drive and all data stored within them. All of your files and information will be lost. "

Your tool from WD sounded like you could repair your disk without damaging the data, which is what I want (my last backup was quite some time ago).
I don't know if the tool from WD that I used can fix non WD hard drives, but it's worth a try I guess. If you'd like to use it I downloaded Hiren's BootCD from their website. Inside the .zip is an .iso file. I used UUI or YUMI to make a bootable Hiren's BootCD USB. Once you boot into it, select DOS Programs in the top section. Go to hard drive recovery tools, and then on the second page should be Western Digital Data Lifeguard. When I selected it, a sub menu appeared and I selected Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic tools, which booted into a blue/pink styled program. I ran a quick test which failed, and then an extended test which repaired my hard drive (Code 0223, I have a Western Digital Black 1TB). None of my data was lost. I wrote all of these directions from memory so it may not be 100% accurate but it's generally right.
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