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Windows 7: Alert to format the resized partition

26 May 2011   #1
mj2000

Windows 7 Starter SP1 32bit
 
 
Alert to format the resized partition

Hi.

I use EASEUS Partition Master 8.0.1 Home Edition on windows 7 sp1.

I have resized several times my different partions with no trouble.

But now i had increased one of my drives and now i can t acces and open it because of this error :

http://up.iranblog.com/images/q3butas4t6yrog2ae94.png

i can t format it because of the data in it and with any possible access to the drive, i have not enough space on my hard drive to copy data to another drive.

so, how can i with out formatting it, resolve the problem ?

thanks.


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26 May 2011   #3
yzcderf

Xp/Vista/Win7 x86 x64
 
 
did you try this?

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27 May 2011   #4
gregrocker

 

Use the partition manager we use here to help with hundreds of complicated partitioning operations without a single failure: free Partition Wizard bootable CD.

Boot PW CD, from disk tab click Data Recovery Wizard, and go through the steps to run a full scan on the HD. When it locates the partition recognized by size, tick the box and recover it.
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