tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post2048760664820519520..comments2014-08-13T13:14:14.054+01:00Comments on naijablog: ErasureJeremy[email protected]Blogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-40933204442467042932007-03-04T14:11:00.000+01:002007-03-04T14:11:00.000+01:00there are lot of softwares that could help you rec...there are lot of softwares that could help you recover data's from your old hdd, but that would mean slotting the hdd using a USB to IDE or something to another system.Kayodehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00826343799109935899[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-422403057778994212007-02-28T19:29:00.000+01:002007-02-28T19:29:00.000+01:00Err, I'm pretty sure your files still exist. Most ...Err, I'm pretty sure your files still exist. Most hard drives don't erase or wipe out they just overwrite. Barring a read head crash the equipment available to recover the files is typically what determines if a hard drive is considered redeemable or not.mochafella[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-87270557646476280972007-02-28T19:19:00.000+01:002007-02-28T19:19:00.000+01:00Barring your "pedo" references, believe it: as lon...Barring your "pedo" references, believe it: as long as the magnetic bits on a drive haven't been destroyed, you can get it back.<BR/><BR/>Try <A HREF="http://www.ontrack.com/" REL="nofollow">Ontrack.</A> If the drive is dead (ie. the electrical and mechanical components are no longer functional) if the data is important enough, someone (like Ontrack) will still be able to get your data back. It'll cost you though.<BR/><BR/>More <A HREF="http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/02/14/raid_recovery/index.html" REL="nofollow">here</A>.Fredhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14147714446076460699[email protected]