Hello, my computer recently always restart without any errors. Sometimes it restart by itself when entering the BIOS setting, sometime restart directly when it goes to the Windows right after "Windows is Starting", sometime is restart after using the Windows for a few minutes or so on.
I not sure what is the problem, is it the HDD problem or is it the power supply causing the problem?
Now my HDD become a RAW file system and I cannot access the HDD. What should I do?
Do I really need to format it and I cannot recover any file that I need from that drive? I got more than 1000GB of important files on that drive which I need to use. Or is there any way that I can change the drive back to NTFS file system?
I not sure if it is the computer keep restarting and causing this drive to become a RAW drive....
When I first buy the PC nothing happens, impossible is the power supply problem? Because I have another one PC which is exactly the same with the current one that I use. Or is there any damage to the HD and the power supply and I need to replace it?
And I read a few articles, I wanted to try to convert the RAW file system to NTFS file system by using command port, CMD, but it said that the drive is already a NTFS?
Now this problem really annoying, and I hope someone can help me. Thanks