hard drive error

Posted on 2009-12-23
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Last Modified: 2013-11-14
any one know what this message means in partition table doctor? and how to get into LBA mode?
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Ask: What is the meaning if the partition can be browsed boot?

Answer: In partition list (main window and Rebuild Partition Table function), usually, if the partition can be previewed by Browse Root, then the partition can be recovered.

If the partition cannot be previewed by Browse Root, you can use Fixboot to fix the partition.

If the partition still cannot be accessed by Operating System, we recommend you use Data Recovery Wizard to recover your lost data. Please visit http://www.easeus.com for more information.

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