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Discussion in 'Photography Chat Forum' started by carlb40, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. carlb40

    carlb40 Old Hand

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  2. Ian_C

    Ian_C Active Member

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    wow did not think recovery after format was possible,, GULP !!!! hehehe
     
  3. carlb40

    carlb40 Old Hand

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    Yes, it is, but only if you haven't used the drive after formatting it.
    I recovered a 500gb drive a few years ago that i had formatted by mistake
     
  4. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    yep. Especially quick format.
    Hence there are programs (ccleaner does it) to REALLY wipe stuff. Which basically involved writing data over and over to the drive.
     
  5. SeanNeedham

    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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    For a normal disk format, that only adjusts a very insignificant amount of data across a drive (can't remember off hand, but it's only about 1% of the total drive volume) which tells the host computer how to handle the data on that disk nothing else changes underneath.
     
  6. royalpython

    royalpython Here a lot

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    Sounds good, i'll have to get it downloaded when back on the laptop :)
     
  7. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Super Moderator

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    I just finished reading the reviews on that site. I don't think I'll bother with wasting my time downloading this one.
     

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