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Recover Deleted Partition


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Vaillant

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While working on my laptop yesterday, I (accidentally) deleted my data partition. (Arrogant techs dont do themselves any favours by going fast...)

How can I recover my files? The partition is deleted and has Not been overwritten, shouldnt there be a tool out there that can grab the backup file table and restore this partition?

I've already tried Acronis disk director's recovery app, and Partition Table Docror 3.5, both without success.

I'd really appreciate, lost a heavy week's of work on there. Thanks.
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You might have more luck with this: http://www.partition-recovery.com/
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diydatarecovery's Diskpatch is supposed to be good too... and Test Disk is free.

I havent tried any of them yet though... they're in my future when I get back from this trip unfortunately.
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Thanks a bunch Pip, Active File Recovery did the job perfectly, didnt loose a single file!

Untill next time, Joe.
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