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Old 26th December 2006, 14:14
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As you lost data from your drive In this case you need Data Recovery Software

I have used many data recovery software, but my experience with this tool is almost excellent.

To recover your data try kernel data recovery software.

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Old 30th December 2006, 04:11
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...Hope this utility is going to recover your data.
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I hope this tool help you...
i'd like to take a moment to remark upon the extraordinary cordiality of the users of this forum. howtoforge.com being one of about three or four Fedora-related-forums, i appreciate the typically friendly demeanor!

i'm sorry i missed the reply from Oct., Braedon, but thank you for that info.
The drive is still in the same state as it has been all along-- though i did try using the FC5 rescue disc a couple of different approaches for "seeing" those files again. i couldn't reproduce the steps to getting to see those files as i had in the past.

previoulsy, since the original mishap, i gained confidence about a possible recovery when i saw the files intact in the filesystem structure, browsed through the folders, etc., in a very rough "DOS-like" environment (not an X-Server GUI, but not pure text) i was using the rescue disc (or even disc 1 of the 5 disc ISO FC5 set), but i couldn't remember how i got the system to "see them" from the start-- i thought it was via "create new partition" while leaving the old there, and then in the process, it showed me the old stuff-- but trying this after my obtaining the new 200 GB drive did not yeild a visible structure of folders upon that test approach. --- my point being that, though i played w/ it a bit, thinking i might have found a way to transfer the bulk of the files to raw space on the large capacity drive, i'm 99% certain that nothing was actually written to the 'damaged' disc, but i also realize how touchy a situation it is. i'm going to assume however that nothing was changed as i didn't let the ISO proceed w/ any of the propsed setups i engaged in a "review" (you know... "create and review a new partition", or whatever is the exact text there as one of the first steps of FC5 installation in GUI mode...)

anyway-- thank you so much for the advice. i will investigate this as soon as possible.

one thing i would like to know-- if anyone would know (perhaps any of you who have suggested i use a data-recovery-software approach would know), what should i do in terms of setting the 200GB drive... as slave, or master? whould i NOT have the 200GB drive involved at all yet? any minute particulars such as that which might make or break my efforts will be appreciated!!

thanks again for your advice!!!
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Old 31st December 2006, 19:55
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one thing i would like to know-- if anyone would know (perhaps any of you who have suggested i use a data-recovery-software approach would know), what should i do in terms of setting the 200GB drive... as slave, or master?
You can do this with the hard drive's jumper. There should be a label on the hard drive telling you which jumper setting makes the HDD a master and which one a slave.
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Old 15th January 2007, 01:49
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gentlemen and ladies,

i see that all of the "data recovery" software recommended here is pay-to-play... i wonder if anyone knows of something quite like these in which the author offers a fully functional product for evaluation?

obviously the author of the others don't offer this because they suspect that i simply want to use it to recover the data and then likely never use it again-- thereby saving myself a lot of money, which is indeed true-- but it would seem equally fair, from a user point-of-view (sort of) to believe that those authors who offer a preview of a non-functional software are asking a sizeable fee for something for which i will have a one-time use-- and therefore, i will likely not try it. truly a conundrum indeed. hehe

anyway... i don't expect to have much luck on the FREE-beer tip, but i suppose it can't hurt to ask.

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Old 15th January 2007, 19:23
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You could use Ghost4Linux and SystemImager as recovery solutions: http://www.howtoforge.com/back_up_re...th_ghost4linux
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I have learned that EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard is a good recovery software. To recover your data , you can try EASEUS Linux File Recovery.

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Old 30th September 2008, 09:43
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I have used stellar phoenix Linux data recovery which was able to recover my all images. It's awesome one...you can also try this
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Old 30th March 2009, 12:55
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yes Linux Data Recovery software are safe. They follow up scanning procedures to analyze the drive for lost information, recover it and safely restore it. The applications are graphically rich and hence can be easily used by user with no prior technical skills. These software can be used in any case in which user loses data logically.Stellar Phoenix Linux Recovery is the powerful application to recover lost information. The software supports ext2, ext3 and reiserFS file systems
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Old 18th October 2010, 05:52
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I advice you using the MiniTool Power Data Recovery software to do it. MiniTool Power Data Recovery is one free of charge software for the home users and business users
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Old 18th October 2010, 12:42
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Default Linux data recovery Software

The data recovery softwares Now a days comes with free downloadable version from where you can check how much recovery is possible for your lost data, Without actually buying the software Like in the case of Linux data recovery software from stellar.

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