data recovery after diskpart clean command

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  1. arnel

    arnel New Member

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    Good day pips

    I have my mac pro working fine before but now it seems like it can't detect my hdd so i decided to get my mac pro hdd and put it in a windows PC and i accidentally used "diskpart clean" command that wipes out all the data in my mac hdd and leave it as an unallocated disk

    My big problem is how can i recover my data from that disk

    Please help me guys i really need my data for my work



    Thanks
     
  2. arjaysalting

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    Since your Mac hard drive is in your PC try to download EASEUS Partition manager there's a recovery partition option. Got all my files when I reformat my hard disk accidentally.
     
  3. arnel

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    is it a free software?

    and it can detect my mac hdd
    because i'm running on XP right now with the mac hdd attached but i can't see my mac hdd in "My Computer" but when i look at the "Disk Management" it shows that my mac hdd is "unallocated"



    by the way thanks for the reply
     
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    You have to make it a simple volume first. You may also try to check your HDD's brand website for recovery tools and they offer it for free..
     
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    Yes home edition is free and it can detect the drive even it's unallocated. I recovered most of my data last week after using it. Just give it a try.
     
  6. arnel

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    thank you sir i already downloaded it and now working on "Partition recovery wizard"
    just want to know is it normal that it takes almost 30 minutes now?

    and is your recovered hdd data is running on mac?
     
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    Yes that's normal and also depends on the capacity of your hard drive. Yes from my Mac with 2 partition
     
  8. arnel

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    Ok how long did it takes to you sir in recovering your files
    I have around 300GB hdd and the processing is almost 3 hours now....
     
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    Try any software out of data rescue, Stellar Phoenix Mac, or disk drill. They will easily recover your data.
     

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