N/APosted on - 05/10/2013
Administrator are debug wipe hard drive for formatting hard drives using the debug command, which performs a low-level erasure of all data on the system drive. This makes you to clear the drive of all of your personal data. I am thinking that is there a way to undo the wipe process?
Permanently Erase data by Debug wipe hard drive.
Drive wiping erases your data permanently from your system. It works thusly: windows or a drive wiping software overwrites all deleted files with random sets of figures or letters. However if it's a simple overwrite there's a remote possibility of recovering the deleted files or at least partly recovering them. Since you can't undo a wipe operation and windows doesn't have a built-in file recovery utility, you'll need to use file recovery software to recover your lost data and "recuva" is by far the best free file recovery software available. 1 Download recuva from http://www.piriform.com/recuva/download and save it to any removable media connected to your computer. This prevents overwriting of files on your hard drive. 2 Install the program on the same drive you saved it for the same reason given above. 3 Run recuva, select local disk C, enable deep scan on the recuva main window then click recover. 4 When recuva completes scanning the drive for deleted files it will indicate their state, that is, if they can be recovered or not. Select only the files which can be recovered or partly recovered and click recover. 5 Recuva will prompt you to select a destination folder. Select your removable media and you're done. This should recover some of your lost data but in future to avoid accidental loss of data then remember to always back up your data. It's simple and saves you a lot of time and possibly stress.