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Data Recovery from Accidentally Deleted Files or Crashed Drives in Redhat, CentOS and Fedora Linux

Data recovery from accidentally deleted files or crashed drives in Redhat, CentOS and Fedora Linux

This tutorial will help you to recover data from accidentally deleted data from Linux-file systems. This is a very drastic mistake by any user/admin which costs for huge penalties. This script will be a boon for newbies/expert for data management. I will be using TestDisk for data-recovery. Here I have simplified the task with the help of a script.

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  • Matt Said:

    I have a windows7 laptop and accidentally started the Linux Mint16 Petra Mate installation diskwhen looking at how I could install a dual boot system. As a result the start screen with "Medion" and F2 and F10 options still come up but after that the system just sits there with a blank screen. In the first instant the Linux install disk recognised that there was a windows7 system present but now that is not the case anymore. Could anyone suggest a way of rescuing my original windows7 system with it's files?

  • Philip Booth Said:

    I find this post interesting about data recovery from accidentally deleted files or crashed drives in Redhat and Fedora Linux.We have seen that in windows, a number of free data recovery software are available on internet that recovers lost data from crashed files. Recuva is one such software used in data recovery. source:http://www.datatrack-labs.co.uk


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