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Try safecopy http://safecopy.sourceforge.net/ - seems to exist for this purpose.
You would see a blank screen, instead of the windows logo startup. It just makes startup slightly faster. But, don't do it! if you schedule a disk scan (chkdsk) you won't be able to see what is going on. Instead, it will seem like your computer has frozen on a blank screen.
I managed to solve the problem myself. There is a great tool Victoria. I have used it and got this great results. Here is what i had before: notice 197 parameter and errors on the second screen Then I restored all my data with R-Studio and after it did full HD Write with Victoria. And this is what I have now after it: All the problems has gone Many ...
Your drive, although in a general good state, has 32 sectors that are unreadable and require relocation. You should not have run checkdisk if another non-windows OS is present on the drive. Some of its files may have been damaged. Please get HD Tune and perform a complete scan to determine if some of those sectors are bad. Then, run a good disk repair ...
fsck.ext4 is a tool to check EXT4 file systems for errors that occur during faulty "normal" use, e.g. power failures or kernel panics that leave data partially written. Reformatting a partition on which an EXT4 file system lives really isn't the kind of error fsck is meant for. I would say that by far the easiest and least dangerous way to restore the file ...
As myself and SuperSoph_WD have said, there really is not much you can do at this point. Certain third party tools like Recuva or MiniTool Partition Wizard could help, but there are a few catches. The drive could be unreadable in its current state, and as such, you would likely be wasting your time trying. SuperSoph_WD said it; you will likely do more ...
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