Slave's file directory missing. ?

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I am not sure if my problem was caused by a defrag on my slave, but that is the last time I was able to access it. Now it shows as having no allocation table. Drive Recovery and PC Inspector when I "Preview" the drive show 63 physical sectors; 0 total sectors; 8 sectors per cluster.. It detects FAT12 and says OEM Name NTFS.
I cannot get any files to recover from the disk, is it a lost cause?
What do you think happened to cause this?

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File systems can get corrupt for any number of reasons. What I usually do, it remove the drive, put it in an external USB HD enclosure and connect it to the USB port on another PC. If I can't read it then, I might say it's a lost cause.

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