Well, I think the only way for you to recover any data would be to pay a lot of money to a data recovery specialist (my company does that, by the way). However, it’s very “iffy” whether the recovered data will be usable since corruption may have scrambled things irreparably. Thus, you’d risk spending a lot of money for nothing. My guess is that whatever is on that disk isn’t valuable enough to justify the cost. I’m not a data recovery expert, so maybe someone else has a suggestion which I’m missing. But from a practical educated standpoint, I think this is the best advice.
JP. Hydra Network Technical Project Manager
Cyclic redundancy check errors usually occur when there is a problem with a certain area of the storage device that could not be read or access by the computer system. Make sure that the storage device is properly working.