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Recover files after format


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I formated wrong drive n would like to get at least some files files back(if it's possible). Any program that can do it?
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Try TuneUp Trial

http://www.tune-up.com

Run file recovery, show only files in good condition, restore to a folder you create if you no longer have the original location.

Try to install it to a separate drive
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Only works on deleted files not formated drives. :tazz:
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Here you go!
http://www.softpedia...load-22239.html
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Here you go! 
http://www.softpedia...load-22239.html

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Great thanks! :tazz:
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"To recover your data using Stellar Phoenix DMR you need to purchase the software". Basicly i can look at the results n buy em back. :tazz:
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You expect it to be free?
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You expect it to be free?

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For a testrun yes. How am i supose to know what shape the files are in? Not paying unless i know if it's any good.
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I'm sorry, but nothing is free. If i know such things out there, i'll give oyu a link.
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You should be able to retrieve your lost files using Ontrack Datarecovery :

EasyRecovery DataRecovery puts the power and control of the recovery process in your hands and works in three easy steps:

- Scan the media for lost data
- Select folders and files to recover
- Copy lost folders and files to a safe location

http://www.ontrack.c...rydatarecovery/

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data recovery is a very good tool man .. i also used it
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Hi FusionFX! I've just visited the site that Jopiter has posted. You might want to go there and download a free version. It will let you do a testrun 1 time, but very limitted. Check it out. Good luck!
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Hi FusionFX!  I've just visited the site that Jopiter has posted.  You might want to go there and download a free version.  It will let you do a testrun 1 time, but very limitted.  Check it out.  Good luck!

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There are so many versions on that page i don't know what to get. Some have a pricetag of 500-1500$ and thats more then my whole computer is worth and there is no way in [bleep] i pay that for any software. Which is the right one for me?
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hello...

there is nothing like DOS app to recover your files
windows based app r sucks!!!!!!

here is a link of a great boot disk... there is a lot of tools to recover your date from there:
ed2k://|file|Techie'z.Toolkit.iso.(93-Bootable-Apps).[L!oNetwork.Net].rar|363184219|6E9EFAE3A247E96E79C2A50676F330B5|/

its an eMule like hehehe
and of course everyting is free free free

in the meanwhile... dont write anything on the formated partition...

GL :tazz:
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There are so many versions on that page i don't know what to get. Some have a pricetag of 500-1500$ and thats more then my whole computer is worth and there is no way in [bleep] i pay that for any software. Which is the right one for me?


For harddisk recovery it's Ontrack Datarecovery, Filerepair is to fix damaged files, and Professional is a combination of these packages combined with Emailrepair.

If you are looking for free data recovery and troubleshooting tools, you might download these free bootable cdrom images :

Emergency Boot CD [EBCD]
http://ebcd.pcministry.com/

Ultimate Boot CD [UBCD]
http://ubcd.sourceforge.net/

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More bootable cdroms (for troubleshooting and other purposes) can be found at the LiveCD website :

The LiveCD List
A list of all available LiveCDs and LiveDVDs.
http://www.frozentec...tent/livecd.php
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