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Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted. » Post #11

Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:48 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine wrote:
Quote:Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted.

Good job Niko! :lol:

Thanks that's very nice of you (In a french way of course) :D

Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted. » Post #10

Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:46 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: That would normally indicate hardware failure, though there are three more things I can think of to try...

Have you tried changing the USB cable? You said you'd tried the ports, but not the cable. If it's a thin cable, also make sure it's straight. I have a Seagate that played up for months until I finally discovered it just didn't like it's cable being bent too much.

Did chkdsk actually fail, or did you give up? It can take a VERY long time. If you gave up, rather than chkdsk giving up, try again, but do it overnight while you're asleep.

And you could try mounting it from a Linux live CD. NTFS is fully supported on Linux now, but it didn't work properly for years and years, so it's got a whole bunch of error handling and fault tolerance that Windows doesn't. If you get a live CD of Ubuntu, Knoppix, DamnSmallLinux or something like that and boot from that, you might still be able to mount your drive and backup your files. Whether it mounts in Linux or not, as long as it's detected, fdisk may still be able to fix it. For NTFS and FAT drives, it's not as complete as chkdsk, but it works orders of magnitude faster.

If none of those things work, you're looking at photorec.


Have you tried changing the USB cable?

ha ha ha, Thank's for that reminder.

you know what?, As i pulled the cable from my external drive a little piece of blue plastic fell out. :roll:

I think i need to look for a replacement cable.

thank's Bouldrake, You've been super helpful :thumbup:

Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted. » Post #9

Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:12 in General Talk

Ha ha, Clixsense forum offers better support than the microsoft community.

The partition is also recognised in bios.

i have one laptop with win 7 and one with win 10, On windows 7 i can explore it with a right click (But i can't access it), But on windows 10 it makes the screen go black until i pull the usb from the port.

Iso buster and photorec seems like 2 good options.

Thank's for the suggestions.

Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted. » Post #4

Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:06 in General Talk

Hi Bouldrake (Long time no see).

I do know a lot of tech stuff, But on this i'm on low ground.

The damn thing is that it suddenly stopped working with no warning or anything, i've tested it through all my usb-ports on both win 7 and 10, In win 7 it shows the drive under computer/Devicemanager/Devices and printers but is not accessible and throws me 2 warnings.

J:\ is not accessible
Data error (Cyclic Redundancy check)


And the other one is.

You need to format the disk in drive J: before
you can use it.


Strange thing is that under properties/general the drive shows it has 0 bytes in both used and free space, It really shouldn't and has me a little worried.

Thank's for your answer Bouldrake, It's probably pretty messed up since chkdsk (As admin) got stuck on stage 2.

my surrogate grandma » Post #10

Wed Dec 06, 2017 06:56 in General Talk

Nonetheless if it's true or not, The doctor should know better and act professionally among his/her patients.

It's not a very nice thing to say, And it's certainly not comforting either.


If you're deadly sick you're most likely not interested in someone telling you that you smell awful, you should not have to put up with that.

period.

Dang!! My External hard-drive is corrupted. » Post #1

Wed Dec 06, 2017 06:08 in General Talk

Hi all of you sexy Clixsensers.

Damn, i have 1.8 TB of lovely movies and series on a Samsung external hard-drive, And i can't access it anymore as it's most likely corrupted.

I've been troubleshotting my usb ports, tried updating all my drivers (Including reinstalling them) and ran chkdsk from the command prompt in an attempt to fix it, Sadly to no avail as it somehow get's stuck at stage 2 (took only 3 hours to find out).

It's shown under devices and printers and it also shows up in device management under disk-drives, Which probably means that it's the hard-drive that's faulty and not a windows bug/error.

Can any of you recommend a good recovery-program you've had a good experience with?

I need that data back or i'll be crying for the next 3 months :cry: , Yesterday i even looked out the window (It was scary)


Tried asking microsoft community, And as usual they don't know anything :thumbdown:

Dogecoin Lamborghini is coming soon. » Post #5

Sat Dec 02, 2017 04:41 in General Talk

And the frog's turned gay.

And 9/11 was an inside job.


Join your own reality on the net. Start today for only $9.99 (Use couponcode "Iamaconspiracynut" and get 10% off)

Holiday Gift » Post #17

Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:47 in General Talk

That a close friend of mine will overcome her depression.

That Denmark will win the World cup in soccer 2018.

More surveys on Clixsense.

A pay rise.

A google home mini that works AND ROBS BANKS!!!, Would be nice if it could do the daily shopping as well, And make dinner and teleporting me wherever i wanna go.

A magnet that attracts beautiful women within a 5 mile radius.

That Australia and Denmark will switch survey providers.


All sent to santa by e-mail.

Black Friday » Post #3

Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:12 in General Talk

I just negotiated a new price for my mobile-broadband subscription.

My previous one was 100 gb data a month for $30, Told them i found a better offer elsewhere (Lie) :mrgreen:

Then they offered me 100 gb for $20.

Reminded them that it was black Friday, And ended up with 200 gb a month for $20 :thumbup:

That's customer service $10 off and 100 gb more of data :D

It's Saturday ♥ » Post #2

Sat Nov 18, 2017 07:48 in General Talk

No laziness for me.

Made $10,49 this morning, And it's Saturday :?

This is a new record for me i this dry survey-country i live in.

I don't have much time for surveys cause i'm on full-time now, So maybe they just piled up during the week :D

tablets » Post #9

Mon Nov 13, 2017 08:03 in General Talk

Panodil is way better than panodol.

Name means a lot :D

Do u know the name of this movie? » Post #7

Mon Nov 13, 2017 07:50 in General Talk

valerie wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Just ask the Horror movie lexicon.


It's called Tusk, And yes!! it's kind of weird and creepy at the same time.

Can't help feeling sorry for the young man ;)

YES that is the name! You wouldn't believe how much time I spent on
Google last night try to find it. Difficult without a name or name of the
actors.

I do recall reading on a youtube trailer that it wasn't very good but I
wanted to see it.

Thank you. :P

No problem.

I don't think it's that bad, I had a good time watching it.

Mr Walrus :D

Happy Weekend to everyone :) ♥ » Post #2

Sat Nov 11, 2017 08:18 in General Talk

Thank you very much, And the same to you.

Any special plans for the weekend? ;)

Do u know the name of this movie? » Post #5

Sat Nov 11, 2017 03:08 in General Talk

Just ask the Horror movie lexicon.


It's called Tusk, And yes!! it's kind of weird and creepy at the same time.

Can't help feeling sorry for the young man ;)

You can do this on weekend...tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Nov 06, 2017 13:06 in General Talk

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Weirdo (Just like the rest of us).

Got myself a real full-time job, With real wage and all that :thumbup: , No reason for chasing mice now!!


Have a nice day Tas, Hope you're doing well ;)

Valerie ... answer for you...tasman1 » Post #3

Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:36 in General Talk

You're nearly there Tas.

I would expect nothing less than the double amount next month.

You're up there with the big boys now!!. :thumbup:

Cities with Funny Names » Post #14

Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:31 in General Talk

FluffyBug wrote: Here are a few places and street names from Good ol' Blighty!!


Backside Lane, Oxfordshire
Balls Green, Kent, England
Bedlam Bottom, Hampshire, UK
Beggars Bush, Sussex passed her prime
Bell End near Lickey End
Bishops Itchington, Staffs, UK
Bitchfield, Lincolnshire
Boggy Bottom, Abbots Langley, Herts, UK
Booty Lane, NorthYorkshire
Bottoms Fold, Lancashire
Broadbottom, Cheshire, UK
Brown Willy, Cornwall,UK
Bushygap, Northumberland, Uk
Charles Bottom, Devon, UK
Clap Hill, village in Kent, UK
Clay Bottom, Bristol, UK
Cock Alley, Calow, UK
Cock Bridge, Hope, Derbyshire, UK
Cock Green, nr Braintree
Cock Lane, Tutts Clump, Berkshire, UK
Cock Law, Northumberland, UK
Cock and Bell Lane, Suffolk
Cockermouth, Cumbria
Cockernhoe, nr Luton, UK
Cocking, Midhurst, West Sussex, UK
Cockintake, Staffordshire, UK
Cockpit Hill, Derbyshire, UK
Cockplay, Northumberland, UK
Cocks, Cornwall
Cockshoot Close, Oxfordshire
Cockshot, Northumberland, UK
Cockshutt Wood, Sheffield, UK
Cockup Lake District, Cumbria. UK
Coldwind, Cornwall, UK
Crackington Haven, Cornwall, UK
Crackpot, North Yorkshire, UK
Crapstone, Devon
Crotch Crescent, Oxford
Deans Bottom, Kent, UK
Devil’s Lapful, Northumberland, UK
Dicks Mount, Suffolk
Drinkstone, Suffolk, UK
Faggot, Northumberland, UK
Fanny Barks, Durham, UK
Fanny Avenue, Derbyshire
Fanny Hands Lane, Lincolnshire
Feltham Close, Hampshire
Feltwell, Norfolk
Fingringhoe, Essex
Flesh Shank, Northumberland, UK
Friars Entry, Oxfordshire
Fruitfall Cove, Cornwall, UK
Fudgepack upon Humber, Humberside
Gay Street, Sussex. UK
Gays Hill, Cornwall, UK
Giggleswick, Staincliffe, Nth. Yorkshire, UK
Golden Balls, Oxfordshire, UK
Gravelly Bottom Road, nr Langley Heath, Kent, UK
Great Cockup & Little Cockup, hills in The Lake District, UK
Great Horwood, Bucks, UK
Great Tosson, Northumberland
Grope Lane, Shropshire
Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire, UK
Happy Bottom, Dorset
Helstone, Cornwall, UK
Hole Bottom, Yorkshire, UK
Hole of Horcum, North Yorkshire
Holly Bush, Ledbury, Herefordshire, UK
Honey Knob Hill, Wiltshire
Honeypot Lane, Leicestershire
Hooker Road, Norwich
Horncastle, Linconshire
Horneyman, Kent, UK
Hornyold Road, Malvern Wells, UK
Horwood, Devon, UK
Jeffries Passage, Surrey
Jolly’s Bottom, Cornwall, UK
Juggs Close, EastSussex
Knockerdown, Derbyshire, UK
Lacock, Wiltshire
Letch Lane, Bourton-on-the-Water, The Cotswolds, UK
Lickar Moor, Northumberland, UK
Lickers Lane, Merseyside
Lickey End, Worcestershire, UK
Lickfold, West Sussex
Little Horwood, Bucks, UK
Little Bushey Lane, Hertfordshire
Long Lover Lane, Halifax
Lower Swell, Gloucestershire
Menlove Avenue, Liverpool
Minge Lane, Worcestershire
Moisty Lane, Staffordshire
Nether Wallop, Hampshire
Nob End, South Lancashire, UK
Nork Rise, Surrey
North Piddle, Worcestershire
Ogle Close, Merseyside
Old Sodbury, Gloucestershire
Old Sodom Lane, Wiltshire
Over Peover, Cheshire, UK
Pant, Shropshire
Penistone, Sth Yorkshire, UK
Piddle River, Dorset, UK
Pork Lane, Essex
Pratt’s Bottom, Kent
Prickwillow, Cambridgeshire
Pump Alley, Middlesex
Ram Alley, Wiltshire, UK
Ramsbottom, Lancs, UK
Rimswell, East Riding of Yorkshire
Sandy Balls, Hampshire
Scratchy Bottom, Dorset, UK
Shaggs, Dorset, UK
Shingaycum Wendy, Buckinghamshire
Shitlingthorpe, Yorkshire, UK
Shitterton, Dorset
Shittington,, Bedfordshire, UK
Six Mile Bottom, Cambridge, UK
Slackbottom, Yorkshire, UK
Slag Lane, Merseyside
Slip End, Beds, UK
Slippery Lane, Staffordshire
Snatchup, Hertfordshire
Spanker Lane, Derbyshire.
Spitalin the Street, Lincolnshire
Splatt, Cornwall, UK
Stow cum Quy, Cambridgeshire, UK
Swell, Somerset
The Knob, Oxfordshire
Thong, Kent
Tinkerbush Lane, Oxfordshire
Titcomb, near Inkpen, Berkshire, UK
Titlington Mount, Northumberland
Titty Hill, Sussex, UK
Titty Ho, Northamptonshire
Tosside, Lancashire
Turkey Cock Lane, Colchester, Essex, UK
Ugley, Essex
Upper Chute, Hampshire, UK
Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker, East Sussex, UK
Upperthong, West Riding, Yorkshire, UK
Wash Dyke, Norfolk, UK
Weedon Lois, Northampton
Weedon, in the Parish of Hardwick, Buckinghamshire, UK
Weeford, Staffordshire, UK
Wetwang, East Yorkshire
WhamBottomLane, Lancashire
Wideopen, Newcastle, UK
Willey, Warwickshire
Winkle Street, Southampton
Wormegay, Norfolk, UK
Wyre Piddle, Worcestershire


Sorry for long list but we are a strange bunch in the UK!!

Ah, Good old brittain.

Charming !! :thumbup:

Cities with Funny Names » Post #8

Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:07 in General Talk

There's a couple in Jylland (Denmark) called Tarm and Lem (Actually there's a lot of them)

Tarm in Danish means Gut/Intestine, And lem means basically Willie/pecker.

A couple of months ago there wer'e a soccer match between them, So it was : Gut vs willie ( can't remember who won)


This would never happen in American Football (NFL) :D

Halloween Witch Wanted....tasman1 » Post #3

Thu Oct 26, 2017 09:51 in General Talk

Can i get a 50% discount if i buy 100 :mrgreen:

Has this happened to you. » Post #2

Thu Oct 26, 2017 09:42 in General Talk

It's been pretty bad for me too.

5 days with no earnings, Yesterday i had a survey about gaming equipment ($0.85).

This was defenitely aimed at me, But for some weird reason i was kicked out when it reached 75% (Bummer).

Still i think im going to earn a bit more than last year, But that's only due to the first 6 months of this year.

I'm sure it's related to the poor Danish summer, Those responsible for the surveys has contracted severe depression (Must be the cause).

BTW: Tapwater is much better for you than beer, And real carpenter's are way better at fixing stuff than the fake ones (In your head).

Reason for this complaint is that it often attract surveys :thumbup:
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