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Windows 7: losing data after check disk

25 Aug 2017   #1
Karaljev

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
losing data after check disk

After copying my win7 on ssd drive i perform install of Ubuntu, after login on ubuntu i have trouble to view data on my ntfs hard disk drive, first it was visible and then it show that a folder is empty. Before booting on win 7, check disk started to perform some fixes, after that i lose on one partition 20 gb, on other 80 gb. My mistake is that i have low disk space on evry partition and i didnt perform restore point. Did my data is lose for ever or is posible to recover. And my trouble is after login Ubuntu, win 7 perform disk check every time ...what that can mean? Btw, when i restart in win 7 its boot normal without any changes on data or starting check disk.But when i log on win7 after ubuntu i lose again some data. Some of data is placed in found win folder but some is reduced to 0 kb.

Is any way to recover data?


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25 Aug 2017   #2
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

In witch disk you are having problem, the SSD or HDD?
Did you install Win 7 and Ubuntu on the SSD?
Did you detach the other drive (HDD) when you installed Ubuntu?

Boot from win 7, open disk management, expand the columns so we can read them and, with the sniping tool, take a hole screen snapshot and post it here as an attachment.
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25 Aug 2017   #3
Karaljev

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I have trouble on hd. And i install both system on ssd and i didnt detach hdd before install and one important thing on D, E and F partition was low disk space. after i install ubuntu i perform restart in win 7 on start win7 is start check disk and after that free space on hd partition d,e and f is expanded on current state.


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25 Aug 2017   #4
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

You have partition J: set as active. Do you still have OS in the HDD?
Detach the HDD disk and see if it boots (Win 7 and Ubuntu).
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25 Aug 2017   #5
Karaljev

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I dont have os on hdd, i erase after i cloning os on ssd. Here is checkdisk summary after scanning D:Btw thats second time og starting checkdisk on startup after i rebooting from ubuntu. In case i reboot from win7 checkdisk doesnt appear..


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25 Aug 2017   #6
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Detach the HDD disk and see if it boots (Win 7 and Ubuntu).
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27 Aug 2017   #7
Karaljev

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I detached and their boot fine. on ubuntu forum think its becose of ubuntu bad ntfs driver that causses starting of check disk . but that i have to fix errors from windows7 of missing data. i try some recovery tools like recuva but they find only deleted files that i deleted earlier myself, nothing of data that gone missing after chdsk..
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27 Aug 2017   #8
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

I have Ubuntu and It works fine. Never had a problem with the NTFS disk.
As your HDD doesn't have the OS there is no need for the System Reserved partition on the HDD.
This is what I would do.
- Put the SSD on SATA 0 and the HDD on SATA 1
- Copy the all data (7G) you have on drive J: and on I: to another drive
- Delete both partitions (J: and I:)

I think that you've done something wrong when installing Ubuntu.
As the Windows doesn't see Linux partition, download and install MiniTool Free Partition Manager for Window 8/7/vista/xp | Partition Wizard Free Edition
Run minitool and expand the columns so we can read them and, with the sniping tool, take a hole screen snapshot and post it here as an attachment.

- Create a new partition and be sure it's not set as Active
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