Bring back disk without format it.

Cemozi

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Hi people;
Had a teribble chain of event happen to me yesterday.
After a week i opened my computer.
Wanted play a game and before the game started "win 10" crashed.
So i restarted my computer and there was corruption lines on screen thought my screen is gone but i use 2 monitors so the other one is the same. So again i thought maybe its driver related. i deleted Nvidia drivers from computer when i tried to restart. The computer didnt restart. everytime before login it went black and waited. I managed to open win on safe mode on saw the same with graphic problem is still there seems its grafic card related (have a Evga 780 ti classifed hope its fixeable Atm cant efford a new one).
Eventhought i knew somehow its Graphic Card maybe a reinstall Win 10 fix things.
I started the reinstalling on %13 the electric went down (God thanks).
In that bad mood without getting aware i selected clean all drivers :(((((
It formatted My windows HDD
My game SDD
One of my Storage HDD
I didnt get aware till i installed windows 7 back.
the game ssd format isnt important. But Storage has lot of impotant things for me.
QUESTİON PART:
Now when i try to look inside the Storage HDD its says it has to be Formatted.
Under The disk management its sees the disk as RAW.
The disk is WD Cavaiar Black 2 TB disk. Is there a way bring disk back without formatting.
If not Need a good Rescue disk program. I have lincesed Get Data Back. in past experince Couldnt bring things back.
And at last please prey for me i have part of backup. But at least 2 years of pictures and videos of my 4 years old Daughter where in that disk....
 

iamacow

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Sounds like your MBR (Master Boot Record) or Table got deleted or damaged. you will need a rescue program to rebuild the data base to recovery you files or turn it back into a "formatted drive"
 

13thmonkey

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unplug that disk. install get data back, or other rescue packages, turn machine off, plug disk back in, try rescue packages. Can you afford a new disk, if you can move the data as it is recovered to a new disk.

As you have only formatted them, and probably only quick formatted, you have a good chance of getting it back. But putting it onto another disk would be a very good idea whilst you are cleaning it.

Do nothing with the drive until you are ready to try and look for files.
 

Cemozi

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I have 2 other 2 TB disk and a NAS System with 4 TB.
So I have enough space for rescued data.
Then I do it get data back let you know the result
Thank you.

 

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