aftermath of an ubuntu installation

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 14:30:29 UTC 2008


On 02/03/2008, Donny George <donny008 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> hello
>
> i made an ubuntu 7.10 installation on my windows xp desktop as dual os . but
> unfortunately the partitioning with ubuntu didnt work right and i lost one
> of my windows drives which i had not backed up. i used GET DATA BACK FOR
> NTFS(as it was ntfs partition) to retrieve it. and fortunately i can see all
> the files and names but i can never open one. it either says the path cant
> be found or that its an invalid format. i also tried the partition table
> doctor to try and recover the partition. but i still couldnt retrieve the
> windows drive.
>
> would there be any way to get back my data and drive.
>
> PLEASE PLEASE HELP !!!
>
> donny
>


Does the program "GET DATA BACK FOR NTFS" have a mailing list? Try
there. While some Ubuntu users may know how to help, you are much more
likely to find people knowledgeable about NTFS partitions at a
Windows-oriented mailing list.

Dotan Cohen

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