The file recording segment is unreadable Floppy disk error in Windows 10



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There is nothing worse than a defective hard disk with the risk of losing all important data at once. Although in many cases there are no warnings, some users have reported bugs that help them know if their hard drive is down well in advance. Such an error is The segment of the file set is unreadable‘.

The recording segment is illegible



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If you have seen this message on your Windows computer, you should do certain things immediately.

1] Copy data from your hard disk to an external hard disk

Although you can copy files directly to the external hard disk, you can also clone the hard disk or create its image while troubleshooting is in progress. You need a new hard disk with enough space to store all the data while leaving a gap for work. Apart from the external hard disk, good cloning or imaging software would be necessary.

2] Run a boot chkdsk scan

Press Win+X and open from there Command Prompt (Admin). Enter the following command and press Enter:

chkdsk /r

You will be asked if you want to perform the disk error check the next time you reboot. Enter Y and press Enter.

The next time you boot your computer, the system will scan chkdsk.

You have two chkdsk command line parameters that can help you :

      • /f : Corrects detected errors
      • /r : Identifies bad sectors and tries to recover information.

If /scan not specified /r implies /f.

3] Try Freeware data recovery

Some free data recovery software is known to help with data recovery unless the problem is physical damage to the hard disk. If they help recover the data, fine. Too bad about that.

If these tools help to recover data, try formatting the drive and check if it is now usable.

4] Connect the hard disk to another PC

If the hard disk is physically damaged, the probability of backing up all data is significantly lower. But an attempt to recover some files could be made by connecting the drive internally or using a hard disk box.

If files are accessible after connecting to an external PC, try to recover as many as possible.

Remember that a hard disk failure can be devastating and that such unreadable data sections can only get worse, so it is best to recover as much data as possible and change your hard disk immediately.

See this message if you receive the disk structure is corrupted and unreadable error.



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