Partition deleted?

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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mamirjanoff
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Partition deleted?

#1 Post by mamirjanoff »

Hi, I accidentally pressed enter at this stage. partitions are gone ... now impossible to recover?


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recuperation
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Re: Partition deleted?

#2 Post by recuperation »

No.
When posting pictures how about taking good ones? For instance taking them from a frontal position, the same way you would look at your screen!
You may not believe it but the chances for a sharp readible picture do increase.

mamirjanoff
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Re: Partition deleted?

#3 Post by mamirjanoff »

Help me please! Image

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Re: Partition deleted?

#4 Post by recuperation »

Apart from posting such a bad picture, the lack of an error description combined with the phrase "Please help me!" disqualifies this posting for an answer.

As stated under forum rules:

- Include as many details as you can, MOST POSTS WILL GET ONLY ONE OR TWO ANSWERS.

I am sometimes giving lots of answers but I am not generally willing to assemble all necessary information in a question/answer game.

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