Windows 10: One drive stealing data

Discus and support One drive stealing data in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; So i reinstalled windows 10 to clean my pc, i reconfigured all my pc again to what i like and one of those things is disable one drive cloud storage, i... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by PotatoedCow, Jun 16, 2019.

  1. One drive stealing data


    So i reinstalled windows 10 to clean my pc, i reconfigured all my pc again to what i like and one of those things is disable one drive cloud storage, i literally disabled everyting from one cloud but didnt uninstalled it, and guess what? it started to upload some very important data from my pc, most of them were some very important documents that must not be shared even (one of them protected with copyright) so i uninstalled it.


    why configurations never work on this OS? windows update activate itself everytime no matter what i do, even destroying it on regedit, windows defender does not deactivate itself it needs to be disabled by regedit and now this, juts **** microsoft?

    :)
     
    PotatoedCow, Jun 16, 2019
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  2. Lost data from hard drive, what to do now?

    Well, I'm sorry to hear that it's a WD My Passport that failed on you, @tomhenry ! *Frown One drive stealing data :(
    I'd recommend you to try using a different USB cable with it and see if that will help your system to detect it without it disconnecting.
    I'd also suggest you to go to Disk Management and see how the drive is listed there. It won't hurt to check up on the health and SMART status of the HDD by running the QUICK and EXTENDED tests from the WD's Data LifeGuard Diagnostics. Here's a link to the available software: http://products.wdc.com/support/kb.ashx?id=11ZOpD

    Give these troubleshooting steps a try and keep us posted with the results!
    SuperSoph_WD
     
    SuperSoph_WD, Jun 16, 2019
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  3. recovering data possible dead hard drive

    Hello, @victorm294!

    Well, I'm really sorry to hear about your accident with the WD HDD.
    I'd still advise to try that WD drive on another PC just in case, and see if it will get detected there, or if it even spins up. You also mentioned you checked all connections, but did you try connecting the WD drive with a different SATA cable?

    If none of these worked, then recovering your data might be a lot more difficult. *Frown One drive stealing data :(
    I'd suggest to turn to a professional data recovery, it also won't hurt to try what @RCoon suggested. However I'm not sure it's going to work, if the drive doesn't even spin up.
    Data recovery companies are costly indeed, but if your files are that important, I'm not sure you have any other choice.
    If the drive doesn't even spin up, we are most probably facing a physical damage from the power surge. This means you won't be able to fix it yourself. HDD physical repairs require a clean environment and technical knowledge of the HDD's structure and components.

    My suggestion would be to get in touch with such a company and explain your situation, hopefully the repair will be affordable. Here's a list of all our data recovery partners worldwide: http://goo.gl/kkn4Vs

    Just a tip: This is exactly why we recommend keeping backups offsite as well, power surges/system failures can result in such unpleasant situations. :/

    I hope this helps you!
    And if you need further assistance or more information,
    I'd suggest to contact our tech support:
    http://goo.gl/BXehMx

    Good luck, @victorm294!

    P.S. Thank you for notifying me, @RCoon! *Smile One drive stealing data :)
     
    SuperSoph_WD, Jun 16, 2019
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  4. badrobot Win User

    One drive stealing data

    Partitioning My Hard Drive Without Losing Data


    Download any of the suggested programs above and fire up Youtube for a step by step instruction. Easus is a good software. But I personally use MiniTool Partition Wizard.

    It will only take 5 minutes to become a professional hard drive partitioner. One drive stealing data :)
     
    badrobot, Jun 16, 2019
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