Lost content of HDD. Tags: Hard Drives Computer Storage Last response: June 21, 2010 1:01 PM in Storage Share IzK666 June 21, 2010 10:16:57 AM Hi! I'm new here! Well, I want to know why has my harddisks lost the info. I had on my computer 4 HDD (all 4 with SATA). SATA0 and SATA1 with RAID0. Those works fine. In SATA3 i have my data (music, files, photos...), and in SATA4 have I a copy of my data created with a very simple software. The SATA3 and 4 has lost his partitions at the same time, and now appears as a large unformatted FAT32 with 232GB. Now I'm trying to get my data back. So, the question is to know what has failed.... what do you think? SOrry for my bad english.. and thanks! More about : lost content hdd Paul Elliott June 21, 2010 1:01:05 PM no real clue what happened but try Partition Commander or Partition Wizard to recover the partitions. do not re-partition or format before trying to recover the partitions. then backup the data somewhere safe. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to play content from 2tb external HDD on TV wirelessly?? Forum Lost Advisory Content Password Forum External HDD mixed up content!! Forum SolvedWin7 + AMD 970 = HDD's lost after sleep Forum cannot boot from the HDD , but when it is plugged as a secondary hdd i do can see his content Forum Solvedsetting up storage spaces in win 8.1 lost my 2nd hdd! Forum SolvedFor HDD partition lost Forum SolvedMoving an HDD's contents (including OS) Forum SolvedLost data on hdd partition Forum SolvedCan I transfer my HDD contents to an SSD? Forum Can a broken/lost partition on a HDD be rebuilt and applied onto the HDD? Forum will my stock windows be lost if i formatted my HDD Forum Lost an important folders contents!! Forum All in 1 HDD docking 876c, i have lost cd driver, where can i download 1? Forum Hdd prolly lost Forum Lost portable HDD Forum Data lost in external HDD Forum SolvedLost HDD capacity on new drive Forum SolvedLost 15GB hdd space overnight Forum 4TB HDD (already in GPT), formated and lost 2TB's Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !