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Old 26th December, 2010, 06:45 AM
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I've used easy recovery pro with brilliant success on otherwise inaccessible drives, but it sounds to me, that if he plugged the drive into a different computer on the secondary or external enclosure, he could copy and paste his data directly to another drive. That is, if it's not a bot.
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Old 26th December, 2010, 06:27 PM
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I've used easy recovery pro with brilliant success on otherwise inaccessible drives, but it sounds to me, that if he plugged the drive into a different computer on the secondary or external enclosure, he could copy and paste his data directly to another drive. That is, if it's not a bot.
You do realize this was originally posted 5 months ago right?
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