I'm copying the files from a windows machine for a friend. He had two HDDs, one was the primary HD that he booted windows from and the other had two partitions in it that are full of data.
He is not that big on computers and is telling me that something in windows told him that the data in the two 'unknown' partitions on the second HD all of a sudden became 'raw data' one day. It's apparently been like this for years and as such he can't even remember what it all was so I'm not super worried about copying these files. It would still be nice to be able to copy them though. Is there a way for me to do this without knowing what the partition types are or is there maybe a way for me to restore the types? I'm assuming it's ntfs since this was purely a windows machine but I can't really say.
Note I forgot to add, one of the partitions does have a flag on it, msftres.