what is the best tool to undo a diskpart "clean" command

so i know i should of been paying a little more attention but wasn't and now am in a major panic of losing ALL my data,

i was using the windows7 diskpart command in the command prompt and accidentally used the "clean" command on the wrong disk. What is the BEST method/program to restore the partition or data would you suggest?

Background of what i was doing:
I was in the processes of trying to make a bootable usb key (which i had in the other port) BUT stopped as soon as i did the clean command as i immediately noticed my error. i have now disconnected that usb HD so i wont possibly overwrite any of the data.

Thanks in advance

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Read a recent discussuon. And frankly?
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the second linke in the post found my data THX so much, now i just need to make sure to never do that again

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Glad it helped.

I want to repeat a moderator's saying here. We only lose what we don't backup. Partition work is very dangerous and I only hope folk will see this for what it is. (luck!)

You increased your chances by asking around for help. I have too many horror stories to share so please keep your stuff safe.

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