[CTS] Re: Recover PC
- From: "Eric Vogel" <cts1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: <computertalkshop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 10:01:38 -0500
I used Windows 7 boot usb I have. I see D: is in tact I am installing Windows now thanks. On C: or course Thank you, Eric Vogel Need help with your computer or Network? <http://www.beacontechnologysolutionsllc.com/> http://www.beacontechsolutions.com Blog: <http://blog.beacontechsolutions.com/> http://blog.beacontechsolutions.com P Please consider the environment before printing this email. From: computertalkshop-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:computertalkshop-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bruce Eddy Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 10:43 PM To: computertalkshop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [CTS] Re: Recover PC Eric, try testdisk. Specifically designed for what you just done!!))) good luck. Sent from my iPhone On Dec 15, 2011, at 10:28 PM, "Eric Vogel" <cts1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: With finals and so much going on I was following instructions with a linux boot recover program only thing the ding dong author assumes that the bad disk is sda, well I see he said to make sure you format the right one, so I did. Well I was doing so much I forgot to change sda to sdc or sdd. I realized what I did and stopped it from formatting to ext3. But it is too late. Other than pulling out the drive is there any easy way to get in and hopes of maybe getting to partition D and seeing if the data is ok? Non linux wise. If everything in tack I will just re-install windows, otherwise I have to recover files. I do not care that C is wrecked. I wish I saved that backup file for the MCE guide, but oh well. Or maybe I did… Thank you, Eric Vogel Need help with your computer or Network? http://www.beacontechsolutions.com <http://www.beacontechnologysolutionsllc.com/> Blog: http://blog.beacontechsolutions.com <http://blog.beacontechsolutions.com/> P Please consider the environment before printing this email.