SLED 11 - Data recovery software

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  1. iseikov

    iseikov New Member

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    Hi guys! I am new to the Linux OS and I seem to understand nothing about it. Recently I sent my laptop for repair and my OS was changed from Windows 7 to SLED 11, which is the factory OS of my computer. All of my data was erased from the laptop (750 GB), so currently I am looking for a data recovery software.

    Before anything, can anyone tell me if it is possible to recover any data, as an OS has been deleted and replaced with another one (I had 2 partitions on Win7 and they have been deleted)?

    And if so, could you recommend me any software that I can use ON SLED 11 to recover my data or if I have an *.exe recovery software could I run it under Linux with a program called Wine? Would it do the work?

    Please anyone who has any suggestions please say.


    I will be very grateful if you help me recover my data.
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    Use this software and scan the media for specific file type and perform selective file recovery within minimal time. The software supports ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT file system based volumes.

    For more information visit :-
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    I and my company are Certified Partners for Kroll Onrack, data recovery services.

    If your hard drive has been reformatted, and a new O/S installed, the chances of any recovery would be very slim.

    Are you sure the drive returned to you is the same drive you sent in? There is a good chance they pulled the old drive and replaced it with a new or refurbished drive. In that case, you have lost all.

    Yes, I know the original message was from a year ago. This is an FYI. Please contact me directly if I can be of any further assistance.

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