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recovering hard drive

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i got a huge problem ,after restorting my windows 7 with a backup copy
windows decided to format some how my F drive 320gb large, and copy H drive a pci-e ssd to my 320gb F disk and label it as a H drive...
is there a way i can undo this??
--edite

thank god i managed to restore some very important files with paragon partition manager... tough all other game data is gone, but i managed to save all my photos..
 
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Morgoth, avoid these situations with a good back up plan.
The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method.

Basically you want:

3 copies of any data you don't want to lose
2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example)
1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster. Such as Morgoth casting your drive into the outer void as revenge.

Glad you could recover those photos.
 
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