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Multiple Partitions and Data Loss on Pen Drive after using Win 7
I recently used an internet cafe which was running Win 7 on their machines. The cafe operative downloaded a copy of Macrium Reflect software, but when I got home my computer displayed this message when I put the Pen drive in.
The Disc in Drive F is not formatted, do you want to format it now. I checked the properties tab it said the whole 4GB was used and displayed Used space 0 Bytes, Free Space 0 Bytes, Capacity 0 Bytes.
I ran a scan on the drive with Easeus data recovery software , which displayed that the drive has 41 partitions , listing the content of each partition.
I have taken screenshots if anyone requires this info for clarification.
I have scanned partition 1 and have seen the files listed in the RAW Data.
I have seen two posts by ( Bare Foot Kid, and gregrocker ) on this forum which seem similar to this problem indicating there may be similarities. In these posts a Magic Partition Manager is mentioned although no details are gone into.
Does anyone understand this problem and can I get this pen drive back to its original condition before the multiple partitioning took place?
I do not want to have to use Easeus data recovery unless it is the last resort as the material can come back very mismatched , lacking bits of graphical and other page elements. Thank you.
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