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NTFS has gone RAW!

Posted on 2013-10-30
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One of our iSCSI targets has gone from NTFS to RAW! We are currently running chkdsk /f /r to try and fix this.

This problem is on the back of other iSCSI issues which we had. i.e. corrupted files due to having two machines attached with the same target.... oops.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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STOP! No Chkdsk on this volume. Otherwise you risk to make it worse.
You need to apply Data recovery software on this volume such as GetDataBack www.runtime.org
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