No data after running Chkdsk. having files with dir0000.chd

I ran chkdsk from property drive (drive E and F) option after some time I restart my pc and start pc done chkdsk. After that when I opened my drive I shocked that there was no data. In dos mode, I saw that my data was in found.0000 dir and there were dir0000.chd such as files and there are a lot of files like this with number.how can I get my data in original form.plz help

Thanks in advance already solved my 2 problems.i u wait 4 your statement

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Hello

1. don't you save the data before running chkdsk?

You should support your data when running chkdsk. Running chkdsk on the drive if bad sectors are found on the disk hard when chkdsk attempts to repair this area if all available on that data will be lost.

Now, you will need to use a third party software to recover your lost data.

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