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Recovery of file when directory over written with a roaming profile

I was setting up roaming users on a windows 2000 server and inadvertentley shared a data directory to be a users profile directory.  I thought the data would merge.  It did not.  Is there any way to retreive the data?  There are no backups.
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Data Recovery
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