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For the sake of recovering formatted hard drives.

asked Sep 18 '10 at 22:55

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Here, it comes from the creators of CCleaner.

http://www.piriform.com/recuva

answered Sep 19 '10 at 01:38

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edited Sep 19 '10 at 01:40

You can try Uneraser. It's not free but you can do a trial of it. If you need to recover a lot of information then you might as well buy it. I did and I have it on two computers. I accidently erased a drive when I was messing with a dual OS set up and Uneraser recovered all of my data back. Best $50-$60 I've ever spent on software.

Uneraser

answered Sep 19 '10 at 00:16

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