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I have a Fujitsu 80gb external hard disk full with my clients data andnow I carelessly formated it how can I recover the data that alreadyformatted ?thanks it means a lot be cause it also contains the picture of mybaby girl from the first day she was born......
Hey, if you have windows and you have the harddrive connected to a working pc. You can use Filescavenger to save all the files you want, unless they have been written over, format only marks the space as unused and shouldnt write over them
You can find filescav here:
Let me know if you have any other problems.
Il help you with the program.
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The theory to unformat a Mac hard disk is, when you format a Mac HFS+/HFSX Volume or format a external hard disk, the data are not really wiped. Format process just marked your Mac hard disk as available to reuse, no matter it is quick format or complete format. So if you put if you fill in a mount of new data to your hard drive, then the formatted data are overwritten, your will permanently lose your formatted data.
Jul 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet
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