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Old 10-15-2004, 04:06 PM   #1
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deleted files - reiser JS recovery


hi, i recently had mandrake 10.1 installed on my computer and decided to install mandrake 10. On 10.1 i have a seperate hardrive /dev/hdd which was using the reiser FS and had a lot of stuff on it. After i installed mandrake 10.0 the partiton has changed formats to type ext2:vfat (0x0) and it is now /mnt/hd, wheres as with 10.1 it was /extra. How can i get my files back, its really important . Thanks
 
  


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