Como recuperar uma partiao exfat (no fortmat)

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June 17, 2017 at 12:11:33
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I own a hdd 3t seagate on a NAS drive
The partition is exfat = fat64
Windows is not recognizing
But usually runs on the network
So ...
How to pro windows recognize the partition?
How to repair mbr or gpt?
How to execute a command with it not recognizing the exfat partition?
Your best idea, and format the partition?
And a ridiculous and absurd idea.
The person wants to retrieve the tables of the partition to be read and does not erase the information bits
If you know how to recover the partition
great
say it
as
if no
Do not make sure to erase everything that the person has on the disk, because that DOES NOT SOLVE

Como executar um comando sendo que ele nao reconheçe a partiçao exfat?
Sua melhor ideia e formatar a partiçao?
e uma ideia ridicula e absurda.
A pessoa quer recuperar as tabelas da partiçao para serem lidas e nao apagar teras bites de informaçao
se vc sabe recuperar a particao
otimo
diga
como
se nao
nao faça sujestao de apagar tudo que a pessoa tem no disco pois isso NAO E SOLUÇAO
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#1
June 17, 2017 at 12:50:24
"Your best idea, and format the partition?

Who's best idea? This is the first post we've had from you.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#2
June 17, 2017 at 14:52:12
Use Testdisk or Easeus Partition recovery to repair the file system. Corruption is usually caused by improper removal of the drive. Always use the safely remove icon by the clock in the tray.

Get both utilities from the links below.

http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/Test...

https://www.easeus.com/partition-re...


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#3
June 17, 2017 at 17:18:11
"I own a hdd 3t seagate on a NAS drive
The partition is exfat = fat64"

There is no such thing as FAT64. The correct name is exFAT. It's generally used for large USB flash drives & SD cards. Did your NAS drive come pre-formatted with exFAT?

https://www.qnap.com/solution/exfat...

https://leonid.shevtsov.me/post/two...


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