I was reconfiguring my machine and wanted to get rid of a few partitions and start from scratch. I thought I had backed all my essential files up, but I stupidly didn't check whether they had been copied over fully, which they hadn't.
So I ended up deleted the partitions and then running a full disk format. I would really like to know if I can reverse this so that I can access the data. Most of the major softwares tend not to look beyond the format and into the old partitions. I've not written on the drive since format, hoping that my stupidity hasn't cost me!
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Here's how it works:
Step 1 - run the software and have it SCAN the formatted drive for files
Step 2 - Select the files it finds and COPY that data to your other hard drive
Step 3 - Verify the files you copied over aren't corrupted then ORGANIZE them into folders.