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Help For "Cleaned" Hard Drive


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lokipi

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I accidentally cleaned or took back my hard drive to the original state that it was an I was wondering if I could get my music, or photos back. Please help! I've heard the files are not completely deleted. Thanks
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koko_crunch

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check this site

http://www.filebuzz....ata_free/1.html
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hey... found another site... i think their much easier to use and free haven't tried them better though...

To be able to use PC Inspector File Recovery you need a working Windows System. Never install the current version on the drive from which you intend to recover data! The program must be installed and run on a second, independent drive.

http://www.pcinspect...ery/welcome.htm

The program is very small and completely stand-alone, it does not require installation and can also run from a Floppy disk. Restoration works with FAT and NTFS as well as digital cameras cards.

http://www.majorgeek...tion_d4474.html
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