Hi, Hope someone can help me. Something happened to my hard drive, and it ran checkdisk, but I guess could not repair it, it says there is not enough space to repair it. There was about 12gb free on the drive, it was a 500gb drive. The drive is NFTS. It is not my boot drive, just one of my 500gb data drives, music actually. When I ran FileScavenger on the drive all the files are there, and when I recovered some to another drive they were fine. There are 27000 files on it. I could transfer all the files off the drive, but that would be a lot of work, take a lot of time, and I would have to buy another drive to put them on. So the data is there and intact, just for some reason it cannot be "seen". I assume this is file structure table thing issue (pardon my technical jargon ) . MBR? FAT? not sure exactly. Is there a way to rebuild it so that the data can be seen again? or do I have to do the transfer dance? Thanks in advance.