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10-09-2013, 04:57 AM
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I am searching for solution to recover lost data from crashed NTFS disk. My Windows 7 based NTFS hard disk partition crashed accidentally. I don't know more about NTFS disk partition. I just want to recover my lost data from this NTFS disk. Will it possible?
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I am searching for solution to recover lost data from crashed NTFS disk. My Windows 7 based NTFS hard disk partition crashed accidentally. I don't know more about NTFS disk partition. I just want to recover my lost data from this NTFS disk. Will it possible?
There are several commercial software for lost data recovery from hard disk partition on NTFS file system. You can check version of DDR Recovery software. I hope it may help you to rescue lost data.
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A good freeware option is Recuva, from the makers of CCleaner: https://www.piriform.com/recuva

The important thing is NOT running anything on the bad drive anymore -- put it in another computer to recover from.

If that doesn't work, you can always use a data recovery service like Kroll Ontrack. It's not cheap, but if the data is important, price honestly won't matter.

Curious what you used.


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