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18 Aug 2010  

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit

Okay. That is actually pretty understandable for someone who is unfamiliar with Ubuntu. If you have access to or can make an Ubuntu live CD, you could boot into that to either a) try to recover your files from there, but you limited to what your RAM can old in terms of programs, or B) install to the flash drive, then download recuva or a similar program to the USB install. Some programs designed for Windows will work in Linux, but it's not always easy to figure out which without trying to for yourself.
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