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How to restore 830 GB NTFS data?

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Don't know how it happened, but one of the logical drives to NTFS under Windows 7 830 GB is almost fully scored data was in the disk Manager as an unformatted disk. Before that, I experimented with creating a bootable USB drive to one of the Linux distributions and periodically using gparted from this flash card and reformat the disk. Apparently at some point I beguiled disks and spaced and formatted the drive instead of the flash drive. Always use quick format.

Than you can restore? Now R-Studio scans the drive, but finds a very small number of files.

Help please, perhaps there are other more effective programmes.
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Usually testdisk help in such cases.
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I to recover data use Get data back for NTFS
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urgently to make a full disk image to another disk using a live CD/DVD
then with the LiveCD/DVD to try various utilities for partition recovery
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Not read it a dynamic disk? Dynamic disks are very capricious in this respect, but oddly enough, easy to reverse recovery.
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I had this, I don't remember exactly what they were doing, just connected to another computer, I dance with a tambourine and drive back. Googling "dynamic disk unreadable". There's something wrong with SID/UUID, in short, is cant Microsoft.
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R-Studio is a just God in restoring data. So many times she enjoyed. And with RAID 0 collapsed about 95% raised. Almost pulled the TB. Prior to that, GetDataBack and EasyRecovery used, but they obviously do not hold, although GetDataBack is also rescued. I think we should still dig R-Studio.
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If important information, it is better to go to the office... type R LAB or something.
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Some time ago, also faced the problem of recovering data after failed attempts to resize disks, some files turned out to only be restored through this program.
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