undelete backup on WHS

Posted on 2009-04-18
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
I accidentally deleted a drive back up on my windows home server after restoring my computer and inadvertently restored a drive to a wrong drive on my machine. Confused? I have 4 drives and told it to restore from 1 drive over another, so I wound up with a duplicated drive on my workstation. Then I got some strange drive reports from WHS and deleted what appeared to be a glitch backup drive on the server. (What a dumb*ss!) Now I find that drive data missing. I'll gladly give 500 points, hell, make it 5000 to anyone who can tell me how to undelete that backup so I can restore it.
Question by:FarpointC
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    not easily done, you may have to send it out to a professional LAB, and even then there are no guarantees, since you overwrote a lot of data.

    Talk to these guys and see if they can help      restore data on drives in a Lab.

    I hope this helps !

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