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System Volume restored ?

Deleted part of the system volume on my samsung SR0411N 40.GB !Can It be restored?

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Possibly, you need to get your hands on a data recovery software.
I can point you at this tutorial about harddisks and a few programs witch they review in it.

http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1139&page=10

Thats a 10 page article check if there is anything usefull to you in the other pages.

Or take it to a professional data recovery center / shop / place / guy.

Good luck.

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