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  1. Recently I had a host server with Hyper-V suffer an unexpected power outage and ungraceful shutdown due to a failed battery backup. As a result, my Hyper-V lost it's second partition. On the Hyper-V, I had the OC installed on C: drive and files stored on E:. After the host was brought back online and the virtual powered on we discovered the virtual no longer had two partitions, but now has only one C: the same size as both the previous C and E combined. While using Recuva to scan the .VHD, I received an error message stating the image is corrupted and bad checksum headers. The scan returned no files to recover. Can anyone provide any assistance or insight for this? Thank you
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