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Fat 32 Partition Format

I was running the Fusion Mac emulator on parition E. And I got a message telling me that my hdd partition wasn't compatible and asked me if I wanted to initialize it. I have 3 - c,d,e .. I got the options for 2.1 gig dos or mac. I chose dos. It began formatting. However, instead of formatting the current partition it formatted my D partition, but also didn't finish. it's now unreadable. It contained everything I own just about. My question is, what utility would be best suited for the task of recovering it. It was a 2.1 gig fat 32 patition.
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Nice_N_Evil
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estestCommented:
I would try Power Quest's Lost and Found. They say it can recover data from a formatted partition.




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fxerCommented:
The best program for data recover i've heard of is called Tiramisu, a lot of people i've talked to said it has worked for them on numerous occations, so it could probably work for you

TIRAMISU for FAT32 V3.03:
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Data_Recovery/tira32.htm
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vikiingCommented:
>>It began formatting

The ability to recover your data depends on how far formatting process went. The longest the process, the lower chance you'll have.

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