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Data Recovery con TestDisk


This article was written in the 2011, there may have been some developments in the subject matter.
If in doubt please leave a comment in the bottom of the article.

Stumble this useful Software OpenSource

Key Features..

  • Repair the partition table, recover deleted partition
  • Recover the boot sector of a FAT32 partition from its backup
  • Rebuild the boot sector FAT12/FAT16/FAT32
  • Repair the FAT table
  • Rebuilding the boot sector of an NTFS partition
  • Recover the boot sector of an NTFS partition from its backup
  • Fix MFT using MFT mirror
  • Locate the Backup SuperBlock a partition ext2/ext3/ext4
  • Recover deleted files from a FAT filesystem, NTFS and ext2
  • Copy files from deleted FAT partition, NTFS and ext2/ext3/ext4.

TestDisk runs on the following OS..

  • DOS (both mode ' real, either in a DOS window in Windows 9x),
  • Windows (NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, View),
  • Linux,
  • FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD,
  • SunOS and
  • MacOS

Project homepage in Italian


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  1. I agree fully with that said by “TheJoe”..
    ps. to “Data Recovery”
    the link you added in your post puts you in the same condition
    advertiser advertising yourself hypothesized!!

  2. oh my God.. I did not think that this blog had become a place where “you have to advertise”. Among other things, you do not need knowledge of astronomy to recover data from a mass storage, only a little’ experience and familiarity with the issue (which is still sensitive).

    If you want to advertise advice Google Adwords.

  3. if you really need to advertise, let's leave it to those who actually had the problem:

  4. Thanks for the comment Concetta..
    In fact TestDisk if you have not at least familiar with command-line interface and so on..
    requires a bit of time to refine its use..
    Alternatively there are a number of programs with graphical user interface and wizards..
    I think I will offer an easy and Freeware: Recuva of

  5. I wanted to leave a comment as I tried to find a solution on its own but without much draw from … since I am not an expert at all in the recovery of data. I trusted Data Recovery for the ritrocare ionformazioni lost in my hard drive and with professionalism and speed have made me get back all the data for my thesis … I recommend it if you are not geeks like me:

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