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    I've accidently wiped my partition on my HD that had all my music on...whilst altering the partitions on the drve

    Can anyone recommend a data-recovery program that might enable me to recover the data on that hard drive? So far I haven't put anything onto the drive, it has just remained empty since the "accident"

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    The Ultimate Boot CD has a bunh of free tools which may be of help including a tool called, Partition-Saving

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    Originally posted by Xero Grid@14 May 2004 - 22:23
    The Ultimate Boot CD has a bunh of free tools which may be of help including a tool called, Partition-Saving

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    Xero what a great find &#33; Who say&#39;s you need a floppy drive. I&#39;v been playing with it for the last hour . TY

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    Do as little as possible with your pc
    until youve reocovered the data, dont even reboot

    i advize - Ontrack EasyRecovery http://www.ontrack.com/easyrecoverydatarecovery/
    &#39;

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    Thx for the link Xero

    I am trying another prog out at the moment but will come back to your link if that doesn&#39;t work.

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    No problemo. I&#39;m made my own version that has over 90 diskette images on it (with full read/write NTFS support of course).
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    I heard Ontrack is good, too, but I&#39;ve never had a chance to mess with it.

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    Originally posted by Xero Grid@15 May 2004 - 19:19
    DamnSmall Linux
    I want&#33;

    Gonna get it.

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    DamnSmall Linux is really cool. Pretty handy, too.

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