Posted 05 April 2006 - 11:41 AM
If your computer is back to the way it was when you brought it home from the store - there's a good chance that your data is lost.
First, don't use the pc until you've recovered your files.
Then, try acklan's suggestion. There are other free and pay for utilities out there that you can also try. I prefer PCInspector from http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/UK/welcome.htm
and GetDataBack from http://www.runtime.org/
If that fails, it will cost between $600 and $1800 (US) to recover your data using a professional recovery service.
All of these solutions rely upon you not doing anything else with the PC - this will increase the chance that there is some recoverable data available.
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