Solved Recovering data Tags: CPUs HD Ubuntu Storage Last response: October 25, 2009 1:56 PM in Storage Share stoker October 3, 2009 3:17:28 PM Had a mobo fry and changed the guts (mobo, RAM, CPU, HD, etc) of my PC. Was previously running Ubuntu under the old system and I want now to recover some of data from the old HD. Am now running Win XP Pro. Any suggestions? Thanks. More about : recovering data Best solution foxy_roxy October 3, 2009 8:49:26 PM You can use the Free Testdisk sw to recover data from old HD. I believe TestDisk is included in Partedmagic live CD. Live CD downloadable from http://partedmagic.com/ Hope this helps Share stoker October 25, 2009 1:56:38 PM That did the trick! Thanks a lot. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedRecovering old ssd data Forum SolvedRecovering HDD Data and Repairing Windows 7 Forum SolvedRecovering Raw data files from Whatsapp Forum Solvedrecovering data from deleted and recreated partition..... Forum SolvedNeed help recovering data from perfectly fine SSDs from vaio vpc-z122gx Forum SolvedRecovering Windows 7 data files with Ubuntu Live CD--bit Forum SolvedRecovering data from a hard drive that has windows 7 on it Forum SolvedHelp Recovering data lost when setting new location for My Documents Forum SolvedRecovering data from a hard drive on a broken Laptop Forum SolvedRecovering Data from hard drive. Forum SolvedRecovering data from password-protected volumes within an external hard drive Forum recovering formatted data from drives Forum Recovering data iomege 1tb clicking Forum I need help with recovering data from an external hard drive that was in a raid. Forum SolvedRecovering data from an inaccessible server HDD - SOLVED!! Forum SolvedRecovering Data from Raid 0 Array Forum Recovering data from messed up partitions? Forum SolvedRecovering data Forum SolvedRecovering Data from a Failed Encrypted HD Forum SolvedRecovering Data from an IDE drive? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !