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How To: Beginners guide to Recovering Lost Hard Drive Data :)

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware / Software' started by MonStaR, Nov 16, 2010.

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    MonStaR

    MonStaR Ex-Admin

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    Whats up guys, I have stumbled across an article full of info for recovering Lost/Deleted Partitions, Bad Sectors..etc.

    Although it isn't my tutorial, I would still like to post it up on here for References.. I also have used some of the programs in the past when i needed to recover info on a bad HD and they do work. :)

    Hopefully your HD's never go bad, But when they do, You'll know what to do ;)

    http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1139
     
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    shapo86

    shapo86 New Member

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    nice info man
    keep the good work
     
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    GFX

    GFX New Member

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    good work buddy
     
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    monotosh

    monotosh New Member

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    nice info thanks for sharing..
     
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    robinhood2112

    robinhood2112 New Member

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    read the article, but i would suggest using some of Hi-Rens tools I've been able to recover stuff from anything other than plain dead drives
     
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    theone

    theone New Member

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    Good Share Bro
    Keep up the good work.
     
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    foez

    foez New Member

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    Nice info! thx for this.
     
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    malvavisko

    malvavisko New Member

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    I'll check the topic article and this program, I was looking for something like this because a friend of mine losted a really important thing for some test of her.
    thx a lot.
     
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    lawlsauce

    lawlsauce Ex-Staff

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    Decent guide. I've lost data by formatting before. Good thing I was able to recover most of the lost data.
     
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    Torr3nt

    Torr3nt New Member

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    Thanks for info bro ^^
     
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    simonr1967

    simonr1967 New Member

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    good solid info there, thanks :)
     
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    xibalba

    xibalba Active Member

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    Thanks that does look like quite a detailed article, one for my bookmarks that hopefully I won't need to use.
     
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    mainboard

    mainboard New Member

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    Never needed, but is a usefull information. Thanks
     
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    Raphaelo

    Raphaelo New Member

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    In my opinion, even though it is a good article, it's way to detailed to be called a "beginners' guide".

    Furthermore, as someone said in the last posts that he/she had to recover important data, I truly believe that in these cases, it is better to go with professional help.
     
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    Bloodyelf

    Bloodyelf New Member

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    great info.. Thanks
     
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    abcman

    abcman New Member

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    Good read, but anyone come across anything like this for Mac? The reason I ask is that I just suffered a HDD failure of my iMac last week and am at a loss as to what to do.
     
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    abcman

    abcman New Member

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    Just replaced my dead 2TB HDD with a new 3TB HDD. From now on, I will be backing up to Time Machine and making a bootable copy using Carbon Copy Cloner. I've learned my lesson the hard way....
     
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    RedHot

    RedHot New Member

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    useful information, thanks :)
     
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    Th3KIKO

    Th3KIKO New Member

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    Thanks a lot hope it helps :)
     
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    Tony Sopranos

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