lokeey at gmail.com
Tue Jan 30 16:52:32 GMT 2007
i haven't done anything to fix it yet...i'm still looking for a tool to help
me extract the data that's on that partition...i think what the partition is
missing is a kde startup file, but i'm not 100% sure...also, when i received
the first batch of errors, i fan fsck
to answer your other question, what i originally did was format the
partition that i thought was empty and not being used.
On 1/30/07, Dr. Sharukh K. R. Pavri. <lists at pavri.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007, Lokeey wrote:
> > i was wondering if anyone knew of any good tools to recover data from a
> > drive? i accidentally erased what i thought was unused partition that i
> > think had the boot label now the main partition where all of my linux
> > was on is not able to mount or do anything else for that matter. i just
> > to be able to removed the data from the partition so that i can
> > kubuntu.
> > any ideas?
> I'm coming into this thread a little late, but what have you done ?
> deleted the partition entry or formatted the partition ?
> anyway take a look here
> I remember I had some links somewhere but can't find them just now. I'll
> hunt for them and send them if I find any.
> Dr. Sharukh K. R. Pavri. Homoeopath, Linuxer.
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