Partition recovery after installing Ubuntu

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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saibhaskar
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Partition recovery after installing Ubuntu

#1 Post by saibhaskar »

I installed Ubuntu in my system but this has deleteall my windows partitions. D drive has lots of files which I need .
I tried testdisk but after all the scanning I was able to get my E disk files but there is no sign of D drive. Is there anyway I can recover it. :!:

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Re: Partition recovery after installing Ubuntu

#2 Post by cgrenier »

Your message didn't say if you use Quick search or Deeper Search.

After Analyse, Quick Search and Deeper Search, check all NTFS partition (use 'p' to list the files).
Is your D drive listed ? Can you copy and paste your log file ?

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Re: Partition recovery after installing Ubuntu

#3 Post by saibhaskar »

Yes , I have done quick search and deep search.

I will run the scan again and send you the log files.

As I am running the scan from usb love boot.

I have screenshot of my partitions after running deep search.
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