I want to save my important data.

Posted on 1998-08-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-26
This afternoon I used 'quick format' command  to my data disk. But I want to recover the original data from the formatted disk. How can I do?
Question by:wangzm

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Operating System? If DOS or Win3.1, use Unformat

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  Give this utility a try:

A program that revives files in hard disk completely destroyed by formatting or virus.

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