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What to do if the hard disk is formatted and we need to recover the data?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by syedmdsiraj5050, Jun 9, 2010.

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  1. syedmdsiraj5050

    syedmdsiraj5050 Thread Starter

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    I have 3 SCSI Hard Disks... Configured in RAID 5...
    now i wanted to install Windows Server 2003 on it so i booted the server from the HP Start Smart Cd and then partitioned it and then installed. But then after completing the installation successfully i came to know that i need to have backed up certain folders also that i didnt do. I used Easeus software to recover the whole partition and it recovered 246 GB of data which is useless...
    There are many excel, word files that appear in different versions and then any file doesnt open..
    I want some help on this...

    THank You

    Syed Mohammed Sirajuddin
     
  2. keepexpanding

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    the best software i would recommend is Easy Recovery Professional ==>as far as i have experienced, they have the BEST
     
  3. loserOlimbs

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    Recuva is free and I have been able to recover data that was reformatted multiple times between various OSs. Kind of scary how well Recuva has worked for me.
     
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