Hello, my computer was acting up the other day, so I rebooted it, and then it would never come up again, and I get the message \boot\BCD, so I tried rebuilding it, but kept having problems; with both drives in, I could never get the process to complete, and with only the C drive in, I got "Element Not found". I pulled the drives, and the secondary drive (which might have been hosting the boot sector/partition) shows as having problems with the two main data volumes on it.
I'm running Windows 8.1 on a Dell XPS Studio pc. The C Drive is a 500GB Seagate that does not seem to have any problems. The D and E drives are on a 1000GB SeaGate drive, and while the utility partitions don't seem to have any problems, the two data volumes
Crap, now I hooked it up again to my PC via my USB docking station and it says "Not Initialized", but when I first looked at it, SeaTools would not recognize it, but OnTrack did, and it passed the SMART tests, but it reported bad sectors; I started to allow it to work on that, but I've seen partition errors before that were recoverable and it would have been bad to allow all of those sectors to get marked bad.
Can somebody please help? I'd greatly appreciate it!!!