Recovering files from a formatted hard drive

  Aiptek 22:45 30 Mar 03

I’ve got a 40gb hard drive. And I had partitioned the hard drive into 4 parts. On the C: drive I had the windows 2000 and on the D: drive I had winXP. And the D: drive was partitioned as NTFS and the rest 3 as Fat32. So I wanted to Format the D: drive and install windows XP again. I used windows 98 start-up disk and formatted the D: drive. When I restarted the windows I realised that I had formatted the E: drive instead. Because the start up disk doesn’t recognise NTFS format. I had important documents on the E: drive. Is there anyway I can get them files back using any software’s?

Thanking the helpers in Advance

  rct 22:58 30 Mar 03

click here

Hope this helps ;-)

  woodchip 23:03 30 Mar 03

Norton as a unformat and undelete in it's utilities program that work's well

  Aiptek 23:32 30 Mar 03

Thanks rct for your help. Are'nt there any freeware avaliable. I dont have my credit card on me at the moment.

  Aiptek 00:03 31 Mar 03


  User-312386 00:09 31 Mar 03

yes there is

i have it on disc somewhere

it is free ware

e-mail me and i will e-mail you back "fast file undelete"


  woodchip 00:21 31 Mar 03

Go to find files, type unformat click here

  Aiptek 07:02 31 Mar 03

Thanks woodchip for your help. Do I type that command in Dos?

  Office 09:49 31 Mar 03

I’m having nightmare. I’ve been building pc’s for the last two years and never came across to this kind of problem.

I’ve just built a pc. The motherboard is PC Chips 810LMR V7.X 266FSB MATX Socket A Video Sound Lan Motherboard. The processor is 1.7Xp, 256mb ram and 40gb hard drive. I’ve connected all the wires and then started the pc. The pc boots up but I can’t hear the beep sound. And I also can’t see anything on the screen. So I changed the processor to 1.3ghz. The pc started and blow up the processor. I could tell by the smell. And way I built another pc replacing it with a brand new motherboard and processor. Again the pc starts and I cant hear the beep sound nor anything comes up on the screen.

Can anyone tell me where I’m going wrong?

  Ben Avery (Work) 09:56 31 Mar 03

Put this into a new discussion as nobody will be able to find your problem by looking here.

Click on "Start new subject" at the top of the screen, then put in "Problems building a PC" as the thread title and copy and paste your info frm above. People will then be able to help you out a lot better.

Ok mate?


  MAJ 09:56 31 Mar 03

You've posted in the wrong place to start with, Office. Start a new thread for your problem, that way you will get notification of any replies to your query.

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