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Old 04-17-2005, 09:41 PM   #1
Goldenmessiah
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Problem with rc_help


Hi...Well, this is my first post, as i couldnt find a new one. I am a newbie as well.
i Have a portable drive, which my linux sees under /dev/sda1 . The problem is that i could not copy some data from this disk, so i searched and found the programm dd_rescue and dd_rhelp. i gave the command
dd_rehlp /dev/sda1 /dev/hdb5 (a partition i have on my second hard drive).
Thing is, that the folder from my usb drive was copied in the hdb5 partition. Problem is that now linux and windows see my hdb5 partition as an image of my usb drive. Though i see from acronis partition expert that my drive has the old files still there, but i can only see the image of my usb. How can i delete the image? and get my old files back??
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