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I love this software. But I could not restore MKV file on a hard disk with WD Caviar Green 3TB GPT NTSF, lost partition.

He restored several AVI, very good.

I think any software in the world cant restore MKV in these conditions.

I tried various software, some with many megabytes,

and believe me, the best was Recuva

It would be great if Recuva do this.

Thanks,

Shakes from Brazil..

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I love this software. But I could not restore MKV file on a hard disk with WD Caviar Green 3TB GPT NTSF, lost partition.

He restored several AVI, very good.

I think any software in the world cant restore MKV in these conditions.

I tried various software, some with many megabytes,

and believe me, the best was Recuva

It would be great if Recuva do this.

Thanks,

Shakes from Brazil..

Sorry for your problem.

 

I do not believe this is yet implemented in Recuva.

EaseUS may have a partition recovery solution for free to assist you in recovery.

 

If not, I fully know that Handy Recovery does work, if you buy the full edition because I had the same problem years ago & that fixed it for me.

Handy Recovery can also restore from a corrupted user profile as well (windows won't show any files through explorer, yet it is still there but corrupted... Can happen if user experiences incorrect shutdown/various failing hardware causes data glitches, etc...)

 

Yes, hopefully Recuva will implement this functionality, because a drive can go to RAW mode in a moment's notice. For whatever reason.

 

+ 1 for the idea from me, & hope that what I said above is able to help you rescue your data for now

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Also have a read here

 

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=25450

 

 

 

P.S. While googling about this I came across this interesting little site

 

http://meteorite.sourceforge.net/

You may be right about EaseUS... I haven't specifically used that app, but saw it online & have use one of their partition resize products in a past time successfully, so I figured it may work...

 

Bottom line:

 

You may be able to run Recuva & restore the files after checking the options for deep scan under advanced options as well as restore folder structure. Try recovering 1 at a time if selecting all fails.

 

I know that I have used & had great success with Handy Recovery in time past (if Recuva fails, though I would try Recuva first since it is free).

I am not 100% sure on this, but I heard someone mention PhotoRec as a good utility in time past (though not sure how it handles your specific case), but it should be free.

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