Messed up filesystem on disk with important data
Posted on 2003-11-07
Question: How can I get my data back from a partition of which the filesystem is messed up??
I have 2 disks:
primary master: a harddisk with two partitions: [C ] is ntfs and [E] is fat32
secondary master: a harddisk with two partitions: [D] is messed up (used to be fat32) and [F] is fat32
The c contains winxp
After having problems with the installed WinXP on [C], I wanted to install Win98 from CD to [D]. I removed de primary master from the bios so that win98 would not have problems with the ntfs-partition. Win98 installed files but after booting, the system couldn't read from the harddisk.
Now the original WinXP on [C] is working again, but can't also read from [D] anymore. Booting with the win98CD to DOS gives the same result. There is no recognisable filesystem on the [D] anymore! But the data on D is really important to me. (I would even consider buying software that can get my data back.)
How can I get my data back?? Please Help!
Thanx in advange!