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backed up image to second hard drive, then put into new pc, then Computer Management,

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hello,

i imaged my pc to a 2nd hard disk, then build the pc, then wanted to restore some data from the image [acronis true image].

put the 2nd hard disk into my pc, it didnt recognise it, it asked me to initilase and convert the disk, i did so, now my partition and data is gone!

i have ontrack easy recovery professional, any ideas on how to get the image back???

please help!

thanks
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Which OS and File System type are you using ?

Not to further damage your contents, do not do any write operations on the disk.

Look for recovery solutions, which will browse through all the deleted / damaged
contents and will give you an idea of what is on the disk.
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hello,

all fixed, i used ontrack easy reocvery professional, advanced recovery, the data was all there, but the partitiion was corrupt, i copied the data off i wanted

thanks
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