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Windows 7: my hard drive is not showing up

08 Mar 2012   #21
jumanji

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shawna View Post
I did download both of these. I dont know where I am making the misktake at. Could you please walk me though exactly what and how I am suppose to do this. Is it possible that there is a virus or something causing this? My com;puter is acting crazy. I know that before it crashed there was a virus but I didnt get the chance to try and remove it. I got a different blue screen error now. A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your compter. wimFsf.sys PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Technical information: STOP 0x00000050 (ox83BB88F9, 0x00000000, 0x848B7339,0x00000000) wimFsf.sys - address 848B7339 base at 848B4000 Datestamp 4a5bc0a6 This is the first time I have every had this appear.
1. Unzip fjerase.zip to a folder.

2. Unzip fjdt_700.zip to the same folder.

You will see the following files in that folder. ( Read the Readme files there)

my hard drive is not showing up-unzipped.jpg

3. Create your bootable DOS pendrive as detailed in my post #16 above.

4. Copy the files fjerase.exe and FJDT.EXE to the pendrive and then it should look like this.

my hard drive is not showing up-chktoshiba2.jpg

5. Plug in the pendrive to your laptop, invoke the one-time bootmenu and boot from this pendrive.

6.At the C prompt type fjerase.exe and press enter key. C:\>fjerase.exe [ENTER] . As detailed in the readme file it will proceed to find all the drives in your machine. Use the up/down arrows to highlight your Toshiba drive and hit F4 to erase it.

7.To run the drive diagnostics, at the C prompt type FJDT.EXE and press enter key. C:\>FJDT.EXE [ENTER] (Do the comprehensive test.)

( My DOS is rusted. Other experts may please chip in and correct if there is anything wrong. Since I do not have a Toshiba drive, I could not run these and test personally. OP may try. No harm.)




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08 Mar 2012   #22
gregrocker

 

What is this supposed to do, jumanji? I believe the Toshiba Diagnostics CD have Secure Erase option to use after extended scan. But If it repairs HD problems it might not need wiping.
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09 Mar 2012   #23
jumanji

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
 
 

greg, there is no diagnostics CD (as far as I can read). There is no ISO as in Seatools to burn to a CD and run the diagnostic tool. Both erase and the diagnostics when unzipped will only give a .exe file which have to be run in DOS as indicated in their website. I have given both. ( There is a Windows version of the diagnostic tool but since OP has problems in installing Windows, that seems out)

May be running the Diagnostics .exe in DOS alone may do. As I said, I have not tried it for I do not have a Toshiba drive.. So I do not know whether running the diagnostic .exe in DOS also wipes the drive.

Since a clean all using Diskpart was suggested , I have also given the Toshiba tool to erase.

If you can show the OP where the ISO is, he may jolly-well burn it to a CD run it and he can then tell us whether that has secure wipe as well.

Regards.
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