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Storage corruption, recover thousand of .CHK files, HOW TO RECOVER !!!

Posted on 2006-06-12
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Hi,

We have a promise iscsi 15 SATA HDD storage solution. We get (how I don't know how) a corruption of NTFS partition and lost a lot of critical data, we recover some found.xxx directory and thousand of *.CHK files.

I tried a lot of software to recover *.CHK files to know extension. Somes files have now the good extension but we lost the name of theses files and the tree of our directory and files.

Someone have a idea how to recover it ????? (softwares, company who could do it?)

Regards,
Jonathan
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Try getdataback from http://runtime.org

If that doesn't help, the best recovery agency is:

http://www.gillware.com/
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