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June 13th, 2019, 18:35
Alexey wrote:Actually, you can try free Photorec. If that does not work for you (which happens in most cases), you choose between CnW Recovery and Klennet Carver.
What about ...https://www.disktuna.com/
June 19th, 2019, 6:46
Well, the offer is expired by now anyway. It is what, like, two years old or so.
June 19th, 2019, 9:06
I'm sorry to hear that, but thanks anyway
July 13th, 2019, 16:11
Ok, so Klennet Carver has been tested, and it works great!
It was able to recover many of the fragmented pictures that other tools could not retrieve.
Alexey: well done, and many thanks!
Klennet Carver is a great, VERY intelligent and easy-to-use tool for finding back and recovering deleted pictures, fragmented pictures, and video's.
September 12th, 2019, 17:40
Hello, I post my message in this thread since it is related.
I have used photorec to recover files from the unallocated space of old Maxtor HDD with FAT32. I found that some recovered files listed --for example-- as .sqlite, or as .torrent had inside some chunks of video. I can see some of these chunks of video using mencoder/mplayer/ffmpeg. I am pretty convinced that there are many other small fragments of these videos that I cannot recover, hidden in other small files that are also listed as .sqlite, .torrent, etc (or maybe not recovered at all by photorec).
Do you think that some of the tools you mention in this thread could help? Or is there any more advanced tool I can use? Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
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