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Discussion in 'Storage' started by dark2099, May 12, 2009.

  1. dark2099

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    So while installing Win 7 RC 7100 on my main rig, I accidentally formatted then deleted the partition for my 750GB drive that had my music and such. My question is there any chance that I might be able to recover the data lost or did I pretty much just screw myself? Thanks in advance guys.
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    Did you finish the Win7 installation, or just stopped after formatting?
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    Finished the install on a different drive.
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    love this program, i use it all the time when i need to get data back. ive been able to recover stuff from 2 formats ago when using the deep recovery feature.

    I would say this is your best chance, however it costs money to buy the license however.

    The demo is worth the try.
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    REcovering my formatted drive as we speak. Currently using Recovermyfiles:

    http://www.recovermyfiles.com/

    Its a free install to recover the files, but when you go to save them to your new partition you get popped with a fee. Tried to put a price on my data, $70 was too much so I created a work around.
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