How to recover formatted hard disk files in Windows XP

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Dear all,
Please help me on how to recover my files from formatted hard disk, using Windows XP Service Pack 1
Thanks,
Jonas ABellar

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Answered By 10 points N/A #117857

How to recover formatted hard disk files in Windows XP

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Hi Jonas,
 
Right now you can recover files from formatted hard disk by using software like data recovery but it's not guaranteed you 
 
can recover all your files. This is the only solution i found as of now. Visit Techtarget.com to see instruction/guide how 
 
to recover your deleted files. You can choose what's the previous format you used NTFS, FAT etc. that would be depending on 
 
your previous Operating System used. After you download this recovery software this has to be master you should read 
 
tutorial on the other computer before you apply it. The steps is not just simple where the program will automatically 
 
recover data and it's done. The software has many segregation for the data like MP3, PICTURE, VIDEO it really take some 
 
time to do this.
 
Thanks,
 
Tony Stevenson
Answered By 0 points N/A #117858

How to recover formatted hard disk files in Windows XP

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you can use recovery software to recover your lost data

please try to use this link to download free partition and file recovery software to recover your data

Answered By 985 points N/A #117859

How to recover formatted hard disk files in Windows XP

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Hi.

You cannot just recover deleted files from a formatted hard drive; you need to use third-party software in order to perform this. There are many tools that you can download online but usually, if you will be downloading free software, the features and capabilities of the software is limited. In this case, you will need to purchase premium accounts to use the whole service. Recover My Files is a data recovery program that can recover your files/folders from an emptied recycle bin, from a deleted memory card, reformatted drives, etc. It can be run with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 with 3MB of disk space and 64MB of RAM.

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