How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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#1 Post by jackdup »

It would seem most if not all questions or posts have been answered with the exception on the ones I have posted but am unsure why. I would really appreciate it if you could tell me if I need to provide additional information or what I need to do to get my questions answered or assistance with testdisk?

Thank you

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Re: Confused

#2 Post by stumpyuk »

Hi Jackdup

Generally you don't get a response if nobody has any experience with your issues. What I would do in your position is first create an image of your disk (so you can restore it if things go wrong), then simply experiment with testdisk (you could first do some tests on a USB device until you figure it out). Am guessing that no-one here has tried to do what you are trying to do...Good Luck!!!

If you figure it out, be sure to post the procedure on the forum!