Recovery of partition

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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kiran
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Re: Recovery of partition

#31 Post by kiran » 23 Oct 2012, 10:13

Dear Sir,

For my new issue if another thread need to be started, then how to start new tthread. I have not found new thread hence I have started this query with this thread only. Kindly guide me to start new thread.

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kiran
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Re: Recovery of partition

#32 Post by kiran » 23 Oct 2012, 10:16

Dear Sir,

Hope that you will reply me soon. :) :)

dragonfly41
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Re: Recovery of partition

#33 Post by dragonfly41 » 23 Oct 2012, 11:50

You can post a new thread by clicking on "New Topic" button.

To answer your last question .. i would boot up with Ubuntu live USB ..
Please note that I have a pen drive made bootable for ubuntu and i have installed ubuntu with this pen drive
Then inspect and format your problem USB drive using gparted in ubuntu.
Applications > System Tools > Administration > Gparted Partition Manager.

Or .. sudo gparted

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