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Good evening, tonight trying to access a disk on GDrive gives me the error that the file or the disk is damaged or unreadable I tried with chkdsk and also with repair-volume but with no result, CloudDrive gives me this error.

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How can I do? I have almost 30TB saved on that disk. Help please, I am desperate

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What result did chkdsk give you? Does it report that the volume is fine? Or is it giving you some other error?

Also open an actual support ticket here: https://stablebit.com/Contact

And run the troubleshooter and attach your support ticket number after you submit that request. The troubleshooter is located here: http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_Troubleshooter

This is probably a result from Google's issues a few weeks ago, but different people are experiencing different levels of corruption from that. So we'll need to figure out your specific situation to get a solution--if one exists. 

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"checksum mismatch".  This means that the data was changed in the cloud (most likely) and is corrupt. :(

Unfortunately, I don't have a good answer for you here.  You can ignore the mismatch, but you will want to run a CHKDSK pass on the drive, to correct the corrupted data. 

https://stablebit.com/Support/CloudDrive/Manual?Section=Recovering from Errors#Chunk Verification Errors

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Good evening, to answer to Christopher but my disk has not been unmount it is always mounted but it is not possible to access it, at this moment I launched a chkdsk / f / r is almost 72 hours working and I am only 24% I sincerely hope that after this I can access the disk, finished this chkdsk do you advise me to carry out that procedure to recover the data? Thank you

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For recovering the data, it would be to copy it over from another source. 

Normally, I'd say run data recovery on it like a normal drive... but with the checksum mismatch, that won't work, because the data is wrong (data recovery relies on the data being intact but not indexed)

 

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Christopher are you telling me to quit chkdsk / f / r? why data recovery is impossible?
If I disable the checksum check can I copy the data that have a correct checksum?

My aim would be to completely recover the disk or most of the data, after creating another disk again on gdrive and setting up a backup program that will mirror the disk in another, what do you recommend? Thanks for your help

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