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Honestly, this freeware helped a lot as my drive encountered the similar recovery problem after accidental deletion. It was really efficient. Now, I have saved all of my data back. You should try it, too.
Actually, after accidental deletion or format, the saving data is not erased immediately from the drive. It is still saving there. Therefore, you could get it back at the aid of a recovery tool as long as new data has not rewritten it.
Note for you:
1. Stop writing anything new on the same drive to avoid original data overwritten by new data, which can make your data gone permanently.
2. Save your recovered data on a different drive in case of recovery failure.
3. Back up your data regularly in the future.
Use the clean command to remove partition or volume formatting from the current in-focus disk by zeroing sectors. By default, only the MBR or GPT partitioning information and any hidden sector information on MBR disks is overwritten. If you specify the all parameter, each and every sector can be zeroed, and all data that is contained on the drive can be deleted.