Recovering data fails

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brispk
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Recovering data fails

#1 Post by brispk » 05 Aug 2013, 03:20

Hello folks.

Here is the short history: i was going to install windows seven and by mistaken deleted my partition. So, i ran testdisk and found the archives (i have one part unallocated - with the files- and another with FS ext3). Tried to copy them to the ext3 partition but when it finished, no data were there.
I found my archives in .encrypt/.

I can post a screen shot if needed.


Thanks in advance.

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Re: Recovering data fails

#2 Post by brispk » 07 Aug 2013, 22:41

So, let`s find how to fix it!
mig is my ext3 partition with kali linux. i can`t boot it because i don`t have MBR nor LILO. Also, i don`t care. Just want to copy my important data to it.
HPFS is my windows partition without important data, and the first two are my main partition - these i need to recover.

After running `Analize`, i got the follow>

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After i will post the recovering process.

Brispk~~

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Re: Recovering data fails

#3 Post by brispk » 12 Aug 2013, 15:29

My files=

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and, then, trying to recover..

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when i copy it only shows the directory `home`. =s


Thanks in advance.

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Re: Recovering data fails

#4 Post by cgrenier » 12 Sep 2013, 08:47

Directories and files whose filename begin by a dot are hidden by default. Enable "Show Hidden Files" in your file manager.

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