Originally Posted by yaminohaka
the hard drive is actually seagate. ^_,^ thanks a ton man, would you happen to know if seagate's seatools is better "data back"?? you know, because it's seagate's program or their best choice.
Native isn't native to me either, so don't worry about it.
Use get data back for NTFS to recover the data. Then try the seatools to check the disk for errors.
If it does find defect sectors it can sometimes
repair them. I wouldn't suggest running on a disk you've had to repair, but it's better than nothing.
First get the data, then attempt the repair with seatools.