Give me back my family photo !

Discussion in 'Acronis Disk Director Suite' started by dionnode, Nov 19, 2007.

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  1. dionnode

    dionnode Registered Member

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    This is incridible and tragic history !
    I've installed acronis os selector and when windows booted,
    os selector suggested me to moving/resize my library private
    (there is my photo familiy , my document etc) and as I was
    a dumb, i accepted it.

    Now, it is impossible to open my hard disk :
    Local Disk(D): is not accessible.
    The parameter is incorrect

    It's hard to believe that software os selector as easy as
    like that to destroy my life !

    It is incredible !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    You need to provide more specific details of your problem.

    I have installed OSS many, many times and have NEVER been asked anything about moving or resizing partitions or drives.

    What version and build of DD are you using?

    What is your partition layout (per drive)?

    Is OSS still installed?

    Can you currently boot okay into Windows?

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    DD/OSS may or may not state this in the manual and you may or may not have read it, but it's always a good idea to create a backup image of your drive(s) before making any changes to it any partitioning software or software that will change the MBR.
     
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  4. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    Is that version 8 of OSS/DD?

    I have only used version 10 (currently build 2,160). I doubt that version 8 supports XP 64 and may not even support XP.
     
  5. dionnode

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    Yes it is; OSS v.8.0.909.
    In fact, the install was unsuccessfully on xp_64.
    But strangely, then imediatly, when I booted windows, at that time
    (you see what I mean, before login to windows), a pop up OSS
    moved my partition.
     
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    dionnode Registered Member

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    Re: Give me back my photo's family !

    The world is cruel, I know...I know...
    But concerning my problem, I got back my photo using EasyRecovery
    on mode RAW.
     
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