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How to recover the crashed hard disk

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by rijucv, Jul 31, 2007.

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  1. rijucv

    rijucv Thread Starter

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    hello,
    is anyone there who can give me the solution for a hard disk which is showing as a unallocated space, as i formatted c: which contains the windows Vista OS, please give me the solution for that as it hav lot of my personnel datas.....

    :( :( :( :(
     
  2. cwwozniak

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    There are no guarantees that you can recover all or any of the data on the drive. To try and recover the data you will need another working PC that will allow you to attach the drive you are trying to recover from as a secondary drive. You will some type of recovery software to scan the drive and attempt to recover the files. Some people have reported success with using the GetDataBack program:

    http://www.runtime.org/products.htm
     
  3. Elvandil

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    Where is your lost data? In the "unallocated space" or in the Vista partition?

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  4. rijucv

    rijucv Thread Starter

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    hello

    Rhanks for the response, the datas are in other drives, i dont need that os, i need only those datas to be backed up, please guide me for that, i tried with another computer and there it showing as unallocated spcae in disk management


    please

    regards
    rijesh
     
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