Posted 15 June 2008 - 05:57 PM
The first thing to know is that the more that you access the drive, the more chance there is for data to be destroyed. If the data is critical, then I'd suggest taking it to a data recovery service immediately.
If it's not quite that critical (several hundred to several thousand dollars), then I'd suggest the trial of GetDataBack from http://www.runtime.org
. It'll tell you if there's data that can be recovered from the drive (you'll have to pay to get the program to recover it).
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