healthy primary partition NOT accessible anymore

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  1. blubot

    blubot New Member

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    Hi,
    i can no longer access my healthy primary partition F/: where i keep my documents etc... seperate from the OS C:/ drive which is booting normally and working fine.
    any ideas how I can access my drive again?
    Disk management is recognizing my F/: drive, i just get error message whenever i want to access it.
    pls help.
    thanks,
    blubot.:(
     
  2. blubot

    blubot New Member

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    ok maybe i did not give enuff details...or i was not really clrea, and hopefully this will help:

    I am running VISTA 32bit home edition. also working with EASEUS partition mgr 3 to take care of my 2 partitions: C:/ for OS and F:/ for my docs, and D:/ for my recovery.
    after performing, once again, another resize(increase) of partition F:/ i can no longer access this drive, access is denied. I believe the partition process was accidentally interrupted (power cut) while running the partition, yet it all resumed and the partition was completed.
    The thing i dont understand: computer management/disk management is showing drive F:/ as a healthy primary partition with the correct amount of used and free pace under properties. YET when i click COMPUTER on desktop, I cannot access drive F:/ - when checking its properties there it shows 0KB used/free...
    changing drive letter and paths under computer management/disk management does not work - access denied again...
    resizing with EASEUS again, had no effect, still the same...
    what can I do now?
    can anyone help other than saying I have to format the drive and loose data?
    is there any other way?
    thank you all for reading this.
     
  3. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Hi,
    did you try running a checkdisk scan?
     

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