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oraclemind says


don’t know if this could help but I used this trick couple of times:

I use a linux live cd/dvd to boot a system (no install it works directly from disk)

usually linux is able to read stuff that windows for some reason doesn’t see or doesn’t let you touch. I’m assuming you have windows, I’m not sure if linux can bring to life an apple device, probably yes.
not a bad idea, I think i’ve got a LiveCD somewhere, will go it a go before spending any money :)

I think its not must that only an author can do any technical work. I joined themeforest for some other work but while browsing threads, i just saw this and thought to help you. Well, that’s your choice. Good luck

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

not a bad idea, I think i’ve got a LiveCD somewhere, will go it a go before spending any money :)

the free linux live CD SystemRescueCd has saved me many times (or any live cd with photorec / test-disc installed). The photorec command line tool works a treat for accidentally formatted camera cards or USB sticks.

If you have a few live cd’s lying around you can read more about recovering deleted files in linux here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DataRecovery#Extract_individual_files_from_recovered_image

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robertpicassa says

You can also try stellar phoenix recovery software althought its not free but it can show you before purchasing it that is it capable of recovering your lost files or not then only go for buying it.

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