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I admit, I removed the drive incorrectly while in a hurry. I replugged back into my computer & the drive was not formatted. I reformatted the drive & tried to use some recovery programs have given the error messagesm such as: No file system fragments found / unable to find partitions and the event log has several messages saying error in processing partition driver at sector/cluster 1 or other cluster numbers listed.
Can the data be recovered? I've tried several programs but maybe I've missed something. Do I need to do something else to the flash drive?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Short answer - no. You formatted the drive.
Long answer, maybe with a professional working on it. It would be possible to go over it sector by sector and detect what used to be there but it wouldn't be easy or cheap. I'd be surprised if you could get it done for under $5000 if it could be done at all.
Sorry for the bad news.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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