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Is there a way to retrieve what was on a zip disk that was accidentally formated using Windows XP Pro?
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Try the free trial version of GetDataBack:  http://www.runtime.org/gdb.htm
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Something like this:

http://floppy-zip-disk-rescue.digitbyte-studio.qarchive.org/

But I don't know whether it will work.
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Thanks. Hope that worked out.
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