After a failed move of an NFTS partition (Gparted crashed in the middle of the operation), I'm now stuck with a partition that has some files working but most are corrupted.
Since I know that I moved the partition exactly 40GB to the left, is there a way to mount the NTFS filetable with it's current information + an offset of 40GB to the right?
I've already recovered lots of files using photorec, but there are still some unsupported filetypes in this mess.
After a deep search, testdisk also finds an old copy of the NTFS table, but I cannot open the filesystem like I can with the currently corrupted one. And I didn't dare to write this one yet.
Using TestDisk to repair the filesystem
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