FAT32 with Linux . help requested

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FAT32 with Linux . help requested

#1 Post by bhavna31sharma » 02 Jan 2016, 18:49

following happened when i tried recovering 1tb hdd
Two same *FAT partitions found
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Results after Quick search
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results after quick search and P used to see files showed
"Support for this file system hasnt been enable during compilation"

results after deep search
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finally no partitions shown and same msg displayed
"Support for this file system hasnt been enable during compilation"

please help ... do i have to go to professionals forgetting data back

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Re: FAT32 with Linux . help requested

#2 Post by Fiona » 02 Jan 2016, 21:36

Can you use TestDisk 7.1WIP 32bit and under disk selection, can you select your disk instead of PhysicallyDrive?
Looks like Disk /dev/sd* (*= a, b, c, etc..).
There ar not 2 partitions in your partition table.
The current partition in your partition table is a FAT16 >32MB and probably wrong?
It's listed twice because there is a message that your FATn boot sector is not valid (message is related to this partition).
What partition and file system are you looking for?
Run another diagnose with testdisk 32bit and copy and paste the content of your testdisk.log into your next post.


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