[TriLUG] NTFS corrupted partition recovery????
dbrain at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 20:09:48 EDT 2007
Also, non-free, but I actually just had to recover data from a
corrupted LUN - ended up using
http://www.file-recovery.net/recovery.htm, which did a fine job of
rescuing the data, it has something of a try before buy (you can't
recover files, but you can at least see what it can recover). Priced
between $30-$100 depending on your needs.
On 9/11/07, J.C. Jones <jonesjc at intrex.net> wrote:
> A large NTFS file partition ( 84gb ) has become corrupted. Spinrite sees
> it as an NTFS or HPFS (??) partition and gladly processes it, but no
> change. Ubuntu sees it as an NTFS or HPFS ( ?? ), but will not mount it.
> Says it is corrupted to use chkdsk to recover. Chkdisk says it is a RAW
> file and will not work on it. Winxp says it needs formatting.
> I have found an application called "Getdataback" that appears to recover
> the files, but to save the files they want 80 dollars for registration.
> Anyone know of an open source application that will recover the files
> and/or partition structure???
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