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How do I... Recover Linux data files with a Windows tool?

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Executive Summary

Recovering data from a hard drive with corrupted partition table created by the Linux operating system is not something you do every day. However, DiskInternals makes a tool called Linux Reader that can recover your data. The twist is that the tool runs under Microsoft Windows. Jack Wallen shows you how to install, configure, and use this tool.

This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows blog.

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