Posted 08 February 2011 - 11:01 AM
I had a blue screen on a Windows 7 64 Bit Ultimate installation. The computer would not boot after this.
I tried doing the Windows 7 Repair but it would just go to the Windows 7 Repair screen to about 98% and then hang.
I then tried MiniTool Power Data Recovery.
I ran Lost Partition Recovery. It ran QuickScan which took an hour, then went to deep scan and ran for 28 hours, stuck at 98%. I finally turned the machine off.
Then I ran PTDD and ran a bunch of things. I finally got to Restore Partition Table and clicked "OK" and thought it was going to restore from the local backup but aparantly it restored from a:\disk1.dat. These were the wrong partitions and were NTFS 50GB, 80GB, 80GB, 22.89GB.
So then I ran TestDisk and it goes to 98% and hangs.
Help! Any way I can recover my original Win 7 64 partitions and then fix the MBR so I can backup my files?