I am trying to read from a hard drive that I haven't used in a few years. The drive was fine when I used it last. When I select the drive in Explorer I get "D:\ is not accessible. There is not enough space on the disk". In Disk Manager the drive is listed as " (D:) 232.88 GB RAW Healthy (Primary Partition)". It should be NTFS.
In TestDisk the Boot sector and Backup boot sector are both OK and "MFT and MFT mirror match perfectly".
TestDisk's List screen shows the correct directory structure.
CrystalDiskInfo doesn't report any SMART errors.
If TestDisk sees the directory structure and there aren't any errors in the MFT why can't I see the files in Explorer? How can I fix the drive so I can access the files?