How to recover data from formatted CD RW?

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  1. siddhesh

    siddhesh New Member

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    Please help me guys ............ I formatted my cd rw by mistake. I have done a quick format using the inbuilt Windows XP CD Erase Wizard.
     
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    JAK What the Heck !

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    hmm...

    maybe this can help....

    BADCOPY PRO.... :wink:


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    http://www.cddataguys.com/BadCopyPro.htm
     
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    not very sure......try pc file inspector and let me know if it works :wink:
     
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    I tried Bady Copy Pro but didn't help. Let me try PC File Inspector. But hey guys thankx anyways.
     
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    try

    Try IsoBuster, works well with damaged, scratched, formatted cd-Roms, cd-R's. Never tried with CD-RW's , but can't think of a reason it shouldn't.

    Search some digit cd's or go to www.download.com.

    luckyrocker
     
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    they say that if u quick format, the data stays on the rw..so dont worry, ur data is there. google for some 'data recovery software'...sure u will find something useful.
     
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