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I accidentally used ‘fsck’ command while trying to check a volume for errors and now I am unable to view its contents. Is it possible to recover the contents and how do I do about it?

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# Comment Id: 37701

Hello Bredley,

Your question is very interesting. I really searched for the answer to be able to help you. You can choose any of the links below to be able to solve your issue. Just be patient on reading all the threads okay? I'd be happy to help you.

I hope it helps.

-Zorian

# Comment Id: 120905

Hello Bredly,

The most effective solution is Stellar Phoenix Linux Data Recovery software.

This is an excellent utility which has the ability to recover lost, deleted, formatted or inaccessible data from any troubled Linux drive irrespective of the complexity of the data loss situations.

To get the benefit of this software you have to:

  • Run first the fsck command.
  • Then re-install the operating system.
  • Then setup the Stellar Phoenix.

Then it is more likely that all the lost data can be found into one partition.

Thank you.

Shifflett Laurel