I'm suspecting there isn't going to be a solution here.
I have a 1TB drive that was inaccessible through Windows - it would show on the remove USB devices list, but the drive wouldn't mount to the point where it would show in the file explorer. Supposedly, it was accessible in the past on Windows machines, but it is unclear if special software was used. It contains a lot of footage on it that is still needed.
Unfortunately, the HDD was reformatted (not quick) in Windows, and the data needs to be restored. Is there any software available that can be used in this situation? I'm currently running Piriform Recuva, but I don't expect that it'll find anything since I doubt it can read HFS+.
Contrary to note #1 on https://www.cleverfiles.com/hfs-file-recovery.html, prior to the HDD being reformatted, Windows did not ask to reformat the drive, nor did it give an "unrecognized file system" warning as stated in note #2.
I'm using W10, but also have access to W7 and a Macbook Pro if that'll help. Thanks in advance!
Edited by hamluis, 22 April 2018 - 11:46 AM.
Moved from All Other Apps to Backup/Imaging - Hamluis.