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Hard Drive Disappears after Bleach

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Was using PC tools Registry Mechanic (version 10 I believe) and doing what was to be a bleach of previously deleted material sectors. I'm not a giant teckie by any means, but have always done fairly well dealing with my comp issues. Anyways, when I rebooted after the bleach, it brought up a bluescreen listing sector numbers and going through them. Each sector took 1-2 seconds for it to go through and I left it go for close to 8 hours...When we got home I couldn't believe it could still be running through that and I hit the reset on the tower. Now my ENTIRE D drive seems to have vanished! Can anyone tell me if there is any chance to recover this? I am a Guitar player and had quite a bit of recorded original material on that drive (that I was planning to back up quite soon believe it or not) that I won't be able to remember it all and can't replace!!! Please Help! What do you need to know, and where do I go to give you the info that you require?
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:welcome: GuitarLynxx
Unfortunately you have found out the hard way that this type of software has the potential to trash your computer and not turbo charge it like they claim they can, see http://miekiemoes.bl...weaking_13.html

Couple of options for trying to retrieve your data, Recuva if you use an external HDD enclosure or fit the drive as a slave http://download.cnet...4-10753287.html or Puppy Linux if leaving the HDD in the present PC: http://www.geekstogo...over-your-data/ let us know how it goes.
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