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Windows 7: How to Get my file's back on HDD ?

01 Oct 2011   #1
kutujenggot

windows 7 x86
 
 
How to Get my file's back on HDD ?

Hello
I have HDD Hitachi 80 gb.
before, I intend to re-install the hard drive with windows xp,
after page division of the partition appears, I see a dynamic drive with a capacity 765XX Mb with a drive letter listed like this (- so i delete the partition and then I create a partition 30 GB for C: and rest for D:

then after installed, my friend told me that in fact there are a lot of data in it that 75% is owned data.

I'm dead

how could I? I still can restore its data with the abstractions of folders and files as before?

I've tried Active @ Partition Recovery from boot disk. None outcome. found multiple partitions ... but I can not recover

I try not to lift the partition.
then I use File Recovery again ... I just found a Folder is missing the rest are listed! LOST & FOUND! with millions of folders and each folder in it only consists of 2 3 or 1 files uncovered.

Can my friends help me


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01 Oct 2011   #2
seavixen32

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

Please post a screenshot of your expanded disk management layout so that we can give you good advice.

My initial thoughts are that you having problems because you say you have a dynamic drive, when it needs to be a basic partition on your drive.

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