After an improper shutdown, my Windows 7 stopped booting and instead displayed "The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. Error code: 0xc000000e" When I plug the drive in as an external on a working computer, I get the message that the drive needs to be formatted. If I go into disk management, it lists that partition type as RAW.
However, when I use disk tools such as TestDisk 6.14, I am able to list and copy files. Also, the partition type is recognized as NTFS. This leads me to believe that there must be a way to fix this so that Windows can recognize it just like TestDisk does.
I also ran chkdsk /r on the drive and got the message "Unable to read the Usn Journal $J data stream".
Any ideas, anyone? FYI this is an SSD drive.