anykey give this a try it has returned good results in the past,Mount the drive as a slave inside the computer
and see if you can repair the partition table:
Download the Windows version of TestDisk
Unzip the downloaded file to your C: drive and open C:\testdisk-6.8\win > double click " testdisk_win" (the program doesn't have to installed).
A. At the first window select No Log and press the <Enter> key.
B. Select what drive to analyse, choose Proceed and <Enter>.
C. Select partition type Intel if its a PC.
D. Select Analyse then <Enter>. The drive/partition will be analysed.
E. Select Proceed at the next screen, then <Enter>.
F. Press Y if the partitions were created under Vista N if not.
G. TestDisk should say Structure OK. Choose the drive/partition to fix. Then press <Enter>.
H. Select Write and press <Enter>.
I. Press Y.
J. Press <Enter> and close TestDisk. Reboot the computer.
Since you already have Easeus have a look at their page