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By khurram1016 ·
I have 3 partitons C-Drive(Windows 2000, FAT32)
E-Drive (Windows XP Pro SP1, NTFS)& D-Drive (FAT 32) contains most important data which i had lost accidently. The history is that I want to format the E-Drive but unforunatly i had formated my D-Drive from FAT 32 to NTFS.Now I want to ask that can a recover my lost data.

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by khurram1016 In reply to Data Recovery

Khurram Data

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You MAY be able to

by cmiller5400 In reply to Data Recovery
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May not be lost

by IC-IT In reply to Data Recovery

You wont be able to read it from the FAT32 Win2000 installation, but since XP is on an NTFS drive the should be readable and accessable from there.
If you have Partition Magic 8 or better (more utilities available for the job too), you can convert the back to FAT32.

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May be possible if the drive hasn't been used since

by OH Smeg In reply to Data Recovery

Here is a list of the more popular Data Recovery Software and though not a full list it does cover the more commonly used items.

You need to remember however that any data saved needs to be copied to a different drive to the one being recovered to prevent th Recovered Data Overwriting the Unrecovered Data and destroying it.

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While the last 2 are from the same company they are very different products. Win Hex should only be considered foe use by someone who knows Hex Inside Out while Davory is a great cheap General Purpose Application.

Personally I prefer the On Track Option but it's anything but cheap. However because I use this type of software a lot it's paid for itself many times over by now, for a cheaper option Spin Rite from Gibson Research or Stella have both very good reputations by other TR members.

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