Hard Disk Problems - File Corruption

I have this problem with my external Harddisk. I was running a chkdsk check, when I had to shut down the PC, after that the hard disk was corrupted. I thought DAMNIT, formatted it, and suddenly it was listening 1.34 Tbyte instead of the usual 931 Gbyte. No matter what I did it kept saying this. I knew this probably wasn't good, but what could I do?

However now every time I put more then 100 Gbyte on the drive, files start getting corrupted, and reformating doesn't help. Anyway to fix this, or did the chkdsk somehow f--- it up?
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  1. Why not run "chkdsk /f"?
  2. does bios recognize the hard drive?
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