I have a 2 TB hard Drive that was working perfectly fine for back-ups but one day I could not access it. When I try to access it I get a message asking to format the hard drive which is one thing I dont want to do. I looked in disk management and it list the hard drive file system as RAW but it says that its healthy. I have tried to do a check disk but it states that ot it cant perform that task. I have tried different utilities to see if I can fix the table but even my back-up table looks screwy.
Is there a way I can change the hard drive from Raw to NTFS without formatting? Any good tools that can help me with this situation?
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