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Question: It there a way in which I can retrieve lost data on a pre-formatted, pre-partitioned HD that accidentally underwent a quick reformat? Here’s the deal … I formatted a 250GB HD with 4 or 5 (all NTFS) partitions. It was not a bootable drive and was used merely as a storage drive. (I installed this drive in my desktop computer with the 10GB bootable drive.) Some conflicts arose where the system would not read from the 10GB HD. To make a long story short, I accidentally allowed the computer to reformat the 250GB HD (using both NTFS and FAT) when I thought it would reformat the 10GB bootable drive. The result is I now have 3 partitions – 1) FAT32 with 5.35GB; 2) NTFS with 13.6GB; and 3) a blank partition with no volume size (needs formatting) on my 250GB HD.
Hence, my question … is there a way to recover most (if not all) of the data on this HD? If not … I will just take my loses and not waste my time with all the software out there touting to recover file. Would someone please help? Thanks!