Question My kid accidentally deleted the partition and formatted the drive!

Dec 1, 2019
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What should i do to recover my file, cause the 1tb data is essential for my company. I tried with easeus data recovery but the file got 0 bytes, is there any solution?
If my boss know the data is gone then it is the end of my career ಥ‿ಥ
 
Can you show screenshot from Disk Management? Drive in question - is it mechanical or SSD ?

BTW - formatting doesn't doesn't delete anything. It overwrites file allocation table so file system appears as if it is not containing anything. But with right recovery tools it can still be recovered.

But anyway - allowing a kid to play with company pc give him administrative priviledges and use partition management tools. Well ... irresponsible at least. I'd say crazy. :)
 
Dec 1, 2019
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Can you show screenshot from Disk Management? Drive in question - is it mechanical or SSD ?

BTW - formatting doesn't doesn't delete anything. It overwrites file allocation table so file system appears as if it is not containing anything. But with right recovery tools it can still be recovered.

But anyway - allowing a kid to play with company pc give him administrative priviledges and use partition management tools. Well ... irresponsible at least. I'd say crazy. :)
So after the argument between my kid i letting him to use my pc, well short story he says he want edit his videos, and i don't even know if my kid is being honest.
Well there's responsible of me for that. So i just didn't think at moment to change the admin privileges.

It is from hdd though, well I'm going to checking online solution for my problem , so i will combeback here if there's any progress. TY.
 
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Jan 10, 2020
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I tried with easeus data recovery but the file got 0 bytes
Well, If EaseUs won't able to recover any data then it doesn't mean that your data is permanently gone & it won't recover now. There are many more tools available which are far better than EaseUs. Well, I suggest you to try Stellar, Recuva or RecoverIt to recover your data from "accidentally formatted" drive.

Hope it will help you out!!!
 

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