Lost 50gb of brand new IntHDD analyse doesn't show missing

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Lost 50gb of brand new IntHDD analyse doesn't show missing

#1 Post by foldedEAR » 07 Dec 2013, 07:23

Hey guys,
I don't think this has happened yet to anyone. I just formatted this hdd and I tried to install linux on it but somehow I wasn't paying attention and I ended up attempting to install linux on the new hdd and my bootable flash at the same time ending in an obvious error. Thinking I could just boot into the linux on my flashdrive and use gparted to delete everything and go back to the original content, I restarted everything and did just that. On my gparted I now see my 750 gb hdd is now 698.64 gb. I downloaded testdisk and did the analyse and this is what I see:

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Afterwards, when I click on quick search, I see this:

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I now am not sure what I can do since there is no 50gb chunk present. The biggest partition is the last linux partition which shows 733gb / 682gb. What can I do to get the missing 50?

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