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Crash Recovery

Posted on 2004-09-15
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Hi Sir,
       I got a problem with my Harddisk. My harddisk was crashed and I lost all my data.WHen I connect it as a secondary disk I can the data but am not able to copy them. I got some software which can restore the crash data but unfortunately they were demos. So please help in recovering my data with or without using softwares. Am using Windows XP and my harddisk is western digital. I cam to know from a website that this is a common problem in western digital harddisks. So please help me in recovering my v.v.v.important data.Thankyou.
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Try one of these tools (with expert's recommendations): http:Q_21014635.html#11240391
You may have to purchase one in order to restore data that can be copied - but the Restorer2000 (a personal favorite) is only $50usd.
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