Hard drive shows operating system missing

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srikanth - Updated by Ambucias on 29/12/16 at 05:04 PM
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- Dec 29, 2016 at 07:00 AM
Hello,
sir plz help me in system i have 2 hard drive 500gb
i have two prombles [1 ] hard drive is when i start my system
it showing shows operating system missing and
another one[ 2] hard drive not oping showing
G:\ is not accesssible the file or directorlu is corrupted and
unreadable in both hard driver's i have import date so kindly
help me sir


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Harddisk

srikanth

Hello,
sir plz help me in system i have 2 hard drive 500gb
i have two prombles [1 ] hard drive is when i start my system
it showing shows operating system missing and
another one[ 2] hard drive not oping showing
G:\ is not accesssible the file or directorlu is corrupted and
unreadable in both hard driver's i have import date so kindly
help me sir
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srikanth Dec 27, 2016 at 11:04 AM
Harddisk

srikanth

Hello,
sir plz help me in system i have 2 hard drive 500gb
i have two prombles [1 ] hard drive is when i start my system
it showing shows operating system missing and
another one[ 2] hard drive not oping showing
G:\ is not accesssible the file or directorlu is corrupted and
unreadable in both hard driver's i have import date so kindly
help me sir
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srikanth Dec 27, 2016 at 11:04 AM
Harddisk

srikanth

Hello,
sir plz help me in system i have 2 hard drive 500gb
i have two prombles [1 ] hard drive is when i start my system
it showing shows operating system missing and
another one[ 2] hard drive not oping showing
G:\ is not accesssible the file or directorlu is corrupted and
unreadable in both hard driver's i have import date so kindly
help me sir
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Dec 29, 2016 at 07:00 AM
Hi Srikanth,

Are the two hard drives internals? Since the OS cannot be loaded, where do you get the drive not accessible message? Have you tested those drives on another PC? I strongly recommend you to do so. Connect them as secondary storage drives and check if they are recognized in Disk Management with correct file format and capacity. If they have drive letters assigned but are still not accessible, run the Command Prompt as an Administrator and type the following command:
Chkdsk L: /r

Replace the L with the drive’s drive letter.
If the drives are still not accessible and you have important data stored on them, use a data recovery tool and try to save your data. I leave you a link with some suggestions:
https://ccm.net/downloads/tools/file-management/

If you manage to save your data, format the drives and scan them for errors with the drive manufacturer’s diagnostic tool.

Hope this helps

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