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Error 0x80070571 on D Partition

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I partitioned my drive into 2 partitions: partition C for OS, and partition D for my data. I unstalled Vista on C. I have Documents, Downloads, Pictures, Videos, etc on Drive D. Suddenly I'm getting "ERROR 0x80070571: The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable" on partition D. I cannot save anything to that drive. I ran Chkdsk and then was able to back it up using Backup and Restore. I'm thinking of just reformatting that partition. Will that fix the corruption? Then do I restore the files from the backup? Or does this mean that my Hard drive is bad? (I'm using a Toshiba Satellite laptop)
 

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Search for that error on www.microsoft.com

"srodrig284" <guest@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote in message
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>
> I partitioned my drive into 2 partitions: partition C for OS, and
> partition D for my data. I unstalled Vista on C. I have Documents,
> Downloads, Pictures, Videos, etc on Drive D. Suddenly I'm getting
> "ERROR 0x80070571: The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable" on
> partition D. I cannot save anything to that drive. I ran Chkdsk and
> then was able to back it up using Backup and Restore. I'm thinking of
> just reformatting that partition. Will that fix the corruption? Then
> do I restore the files from the backup? Or does this mean that my Hard
> drive is bad? (I'm using a Toshiba Satellite laptop)
>
>
> --
> srodrig284
 

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In article <1aa6e8e80a443c27534ac824b4812713@xxxxxx-gateway.com>,
srodrig284 <guest@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote:

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>just reformatting that partition. Will that fix the corruption? Then
>do I restore the files from the backup? Or does this mean that my Hard
>drive is bad? (I'm using a Toshiba Satellite laptop)
>
How did you partition it?
 

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