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Paragon partition manager

I defragmented with paragon partition manager and it took too long. I interrupted it and now one of the drives says it is unformatted. I had lots of data on that drive. Is there any way to recover the data?

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    Dainuri Dufford Nov 29, 2007

    What does web hosting have to do with my lost data??????? I only want to share my files with me.



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Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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    arben pllana Nov 29, 2007

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