Format of RAW file on partition D

I have 4 partition on a hard drive.

> 1 for system Windows 8

> 1 for data

> 1 for the multimedia

> 1 for others

Everything was fine, but today 1 partition (with lots of data) has been changed to the RAW file format,.

I am tempted to use a recovery Partition but failed to access.

Any suggestion for problem below?


Hi Dian,

Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.

Raw partitions are disk partitions that have not been formatted with a Windows, such as FAT, FAT32, and NTFS file system. RAW means generally that the drive has failed.

I suggest you to convert your drive to NTFS.

Please follow it below:

1) press Windows + X key on your keyboard.

(2) select prompt (admin).

(3) at the command prompt, type convert D:/FS: NTFSand press to enter.

(4) type the name of the volume to be converted and press enter. You should use the current name of the volume or the conversion are cancelled. You can view all the volumes available in the folder of your computer hard disk drives.

Warning: Although convert it to NTFS, there is possibility of corruption or loss of data during a conversion is minimal, you should back up all data on the partition before you begin.

You can search in your favorite search engine, looking for a third party recovery tool to recover data.

It can be useful, we meet with the status of your question. We will be happy to help you.

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