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Used Linux Recovery cd, Important Data deleted!

By internetspider ·
My friend used recovery cd in my pc. when i saw i reset the system after 4 or 5 seconds recovery start.

it was a secondary HDD 80gb on XpSP2. when i booted from other running HDD it did'nt show partitions. then i tried to boot from XP cd and I saw Unpartition space about 60gb, other 2 partitions unknown OS, the HDD is in this position now I have about 45gb very important data on the second partition. first partition was about 29gb xp OS. and the second about 50 gb (important data).

is there any possibilities to recover my data.

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It would help if you knew what has been done to this computer

by OH Smeg In reply to Used Linux Recovery cd, I ...

Also did this drive originally have 2 partitions on it?

If it did are the unknown ones the right size for the old Partition Sizes?

You cam always recover the Data but the questions isn't so much if it's recoverable but is it worth the cost involved to recover?

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No that not the same size as the old was

by internetspider In reply to It would help if you knew ...

Actually i made these partitions before one week and kept data on the Ddrive.

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Try UBCD

by IC-IT In reply to Used Linux Recovery cd, I ...

It has some partition managers on it that may be able to recreate the partition info and MFT (or FAT).

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