I posted this elsewhere but I accidently deleted a partition

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July 11, 2012 at 09:58:51
Specs: Vista Basic, Athlon XP 3200, I think and 2gb of DDR ram
As I said in the title, I was using 3tb+unlock to open up the last terabyte of space on my 3tb drive and even without me telling it, it just assumed that I wanted the 1tb hard drive that I save my family photos on to unallocate.

As the drive is dying but not there yet...hense the new drive...the drive still works and still had some information that I needed to save and now it is gone. I explained it badly but how to I restore an 'unallocated' space to what it was before without spending a lot of money on a new program. Is their a free one or one around $10 dollars that will do this simple thing.

The program I was using when this is done is the program that came with the hard drive "3TB+ Unlock" and the maker of the drive is Western Digital. I just need to undelete the partition and get at least most of it back if possible.

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July 11, 2012 at 10:12:50

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July 11, 2012 at 16:36:40
Sometimes you need to create the new partition and do a quick format (NOT FULL format) and then rerun Recurva if it was not able to recover anything the first time from the unallocated space. As long as you do not do a full format and you do not save anything to the drive, you have a reasonable chance of recovering at least most of the more common file types (pictures, music, videos, Word files, etc.).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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