Question C partition isn't accessible?!

mahdi_88

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Greetings all.
So my pc isn't capable of booting up anymore, and each time I try it, it hangs on windows 7 logo then it crashes due to some bluescreen.
Even on safe mode it does the same thing and crashes, also I tried every option under F8 menu but no luck.
But I noticed that the PC isn't able to acces the C drive particularly, the partition that is containing windows 7, as you can see here:
https://ibb.co/QvJ8hRY
So apparently, the problem would be the inaccessible partition, but how can I make it accessible again ?
Hope you guys help me out.


PS: I got some really valuable data in that partition C and formating it would not be an easy option for me.
 

mahdi_88

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Isn't this forum made to assist who needs so?
Or my problem is so hard, even for your experts?
I'm just really upset about my machine right now, so any help would be so appreciated.
 
Do you have Win7 installation media? (If you can boot from it, this will open more options to check status of your current drive/drives, and possibly repair it merely a disk glitch; do you have a backup somewhere?)

(if waiting for an answer for what surely seems like an eternity of 30 minutes routinely is unacceptable, there might be PC shops in your area)

Is this a multiboot system, with different operating systems on one drive? or do you have different OS drives?
 

mahdi_88

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Thanks for the replies, I highly appretiate it.

I fortunately successfully booted the pc using the second drive wich is containing windows 10.
And the problem seems to be related to a partition from the other hard drive (with windows7) wich is containing windows.
So I cannot access it nor get any information about it instead of it's identification: "E:" and apparently that's what've been preventing me from booting properly with win7.
But the thing is, how could I access to that partition and solve its issue?
 
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If you can upload detailed photos of the USB-SATA bridge PCB inside the Lacie enclosure, it may be possible to determine the specs and pinout of a suitable darsaal power adapter.
 

mahdi_88

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This is what Disk Management looks like:

https://ibb.co/WzXzZDW

Anything that might help me out get my data out of it would be highly appreciated, as I'm having tons of photos and important files gathered through years.
It's super important to me, so hope you guys help.
 
Install - Hard Disk Sentinel - and see if that detects any problems with your drives.

Also there are many apps out there that can get your data back. Just google it, loads will come up.
But before you do use one, read about it first from proper review sites. Also get to understand how it works.

This is why I use Cloud Storage for things like photos.
 

popatim

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if you installed windows to a drive while another drive was present then it probably wrote the boot files to the other drive.

Startup Repair can fix this but usually takes 3 -4 runs of it.
EasyBCD can do this as well and much faster. Not sure how 'Free' it is anymore though.
 

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