I don't use messengers of any sort, don't really understand why others do.
The forum format exists for a reason...and some don't seem to understand that they are the beneficiaries of the format.
Sometimes visitors send me PMs regarding a post. I usually just ignore them...because a PM just defeats the purpose of the forum. A forum consists of several...not one. A PM is for one person, who may or may not be correct in her/his momentary statements, suggestions, attempts to help.
In the forum, I have confidence that if erroneous statements (of substance) are made...someone will correct it, based on her/his knowledge, experience, ability to read and reason. That goes away if any poster resorts to "private" communication that has to do with the resolution of an ongoing problem put forward in the forum.
Soooo...let's stick with this. If this is too slow for you, consider taking your system to a local computer shop and they will probably just erase your hard drive and do a clean install...and then charge you accordingly.
Rome wasn't built in a day (old cliche) and some computer situations are not solved pronto monto. There's a learning curve for the OPs (hopefully) and sometimes the right questions and/or answers don't appear in a timely manner.
Your basic problem, as I see it...is that you have conflicting desires. You want to keep items that seem to be destined to be deleted, if the problematical situation is to be properly dealt with.
I could be wrong...maybe your hard drive is not messed up, but Disk Management seems to agree with me. I would run a diagnostic on the drive because something is making it appear screwy to DM...you can choose to do so or not do so.
As for manufacturers diagnostics: Hard Drive Installation and Diagnostic Tools - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/28744/hard-drive-installation-and-diagnostic-tools/
As for your remark about wanting to do this "quickly":
a. Rhetorical question, don't answer: How long has your system been messed up this way or from something else?
b. A good backup
...probably could have avoided this whole scenario. When things went wrong, all you would have had to do was...clean install, restore backup, move forward. You would not have had to worry about last-minute attempts to back up (save, in your language) items which you considered worth that effort.