Want to Recover my lost data

I used Windows 7 before in my Laptop. Today I setup Ubuntu (replaced win7) on it and then I feel uneasy with ubuntu. That's why I set up windows 7 again. While I setup win7 again (from Ubuntu) then I formatted my hard disk and created partition. Now How I can recover my previous data? Have any solution thus I get back my all previous data?

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Given the story I don't think any of the usual self recovery titles will work. Time to remove the drive from service and have a chat with DriveSavers (http://www.drivesavers.com )


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It sounds as if you have an issue and IF you formatted your HDD you will not likely be able to recover anything, that is why BACKUP is mentioned so much on this site. Had you run Ubuntu alongside Windows(dual boot) you would have been able to access Windows as before plus you could have removed Ubuntu from the system had you so desired. At this point if I understand your dilemma, it is start all over time.

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you may use recover my files software and panda recovery tools to recover your data.

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boot to a linux distro, like the Ubuntu LIVE DVD you may already have. Open the GParted program. Find the Data Recovery section in it. Run it. It's a combination of TestDisk and PhotoRec. TestDisk may recover partitions, the other can help recover files.

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