Did you ask http://www.drivesavers.com what they think?
And given the recovery costs, isn't it cheaper to backup before such dangerous operations?
Hi, I?m about to commite suicide so I just wanted to make a final query before I do it.I have a 320 GB western digital HD, it has windows 7 (x64) in one partition and data in the other.I used paragon partiton manager to redistribute the free space (don?t ask me why didn?t I use the W7 features please). It did, but the partition with all the data was "not formatted". It showed the exact used and free space (so no data loss) but I couldn?t have acces to it. I manged to convert it to NTFS... still showed the right used and free space, but no luck having acces to the files.So I used the W7 function to check the disk... and after it finishes it the partition with the data is empty, the OS partition is intact, but the other one is empty.I tried everything, so I?m not actually asking for a solution, my question is:Given the fact that I haven?t erased the partition or deteled it or have done anything other than redistribute the free space... will a professional HD recovery be able to restore the filesystem or the files?Thanks in advance.