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    mjamal14 is offline Junior Member
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    Hi everyone i have a samsung 40gb as my logical drive.a 160 gig seagate which is partitioned into 8gig, 40 gig,99 gig.the 8 gig and 40 gig partitions are fine .the 99 gig partion which is full shows up in win but does not open.when i disconnect my seagate drive the boot time is about 30 sec.but with the seagate connected it is about 3-4 min.
    i ran active partion recovery demo and it showed the whole data on the 99 gig partition.i cant see it in win.what cud it be .

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    It is difficult to say what the cause of this problem is. It may be bad sectors.

    I would not trust this drive anymore. If you have important data, then it is time to get it off and buy a new drive.
    Graham Henley
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    i was thinking about making a raw disk image with active data recovery

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    I would suggest you do it with a tool like FTK Imager from Access Data.
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