Re: How to recover files from an NTFS drive



Klattu
07-09-2005, 11:31 PM
Shenan Stanley

>=- Shenan -=<
>=- MS MVP -=<

THANK YOU!!!! THANK YOU!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!

I don't know how, but I wish I could buy you a beer or ten!

I actually stumbled across a post of your from almost two years ago
about recovering files from My Docs:

http://tinyurl.com/9m2lz

It saved my butt big time.

Yesterday my RAID 0, after deleteing Norton SystemWorks, and rebooting
said:

"Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or
corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM"

Well that would be scary to anyone, but with 400gb RAID 0 (2 x 200gb)
full of music, music videos, movies and pictures I honestly wept.
Nothing worked geting her going agian.
So I cracked the C: out of my old gateway, and with a lot of bios
changes (RAIDs are so disagreeable) I got in and got the bulk of stuff
off to my new 250 gb, an 80 gb, & a 60 gb, however I couldn't get to
the My Docs, My Photos, game saves and Alcohol120% images.... I was up
until 4:00 am last night struggling. Anyway, after about 100 post, with
some very strange ideas, I found your post from two years ago, and it
still worked like a charm!!! You really saved me!!!

Sorry for stalking you. After such relief, I felt so obligied, I
tracked down the most recent post I could find of your, just to say, my
sincerest, THANKS! My girlfriend thanks you too!

Klattu


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Shenan Stanley
07-09-2005, 11:31 PM
Klattu wrote:
> Shenan Stanley
>
>> =- Shenan -=<
>> =- MS MVP -=<
>
> THANK YOU!!!! THANK YOU!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!
>
> I don't know how, but I wish I could buy you a beer or ten!
>
> I actually stumbled across a post of your from almost two years ago
> about recovering files from My Docs:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/9m2lz
>
> It saved my butt big time.
>
> Yesterday my RAID 0, after deleteing Norton SystemWorks, and rebooting
> said:
>
> "Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or
> corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM"
>
> Well that would be scary to anyone, but with 400gb RAID 0 (2 x 200gb)
> full of music, music videos, movies and pictures I honestly wept.
> Nothing worked geting her going agian.
> So I cracked the C: out of my old gateway, and with a lot of bios
> changes (RAIDs are so disagreeable) I got in and got the bulk of stuff
> off to my new 250 gb, an 80 gb, & a 60 gb, however I couldn't get to
> the My Docs, My Photos, game saves and Alcohol120% images.... I was
> up until 4:00 am last night struggling. Anyway, after about 100
> post, with some very strange ideas, I found your post from two years
> ago, and it still worked like a charm!!! You really saved me!!!
>
> Sorry for stalking you. After such relief, I felt so obligied, I
> tracked down the most recent post I could find of your, just to say,
> my sincerest, THANKS! My girlfriend thanks you too!
>
> Klattu


*grin*
You are welcome, Klattu.

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Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
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Re: How to recover files from an NTFS drive