Ubuntu helps recover files

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recupere dados com o ubuntuSe o Windows (ou outro System) não dá partida e seus files estão na partição do sistema, Ubuntu can rescue them. Give the boot from the installation CD, choosing the option Testar o Ubuntu Sem Qualquer Mudança No Seu Computer. After, Open the menu Locations. Arise all partitions of hard disks. Click each for Ubuntu to read. Hence, just copy the files to a flash drive or external HD. If the file was deleted, You can try to recover it. For this, visit Applications > Accessories > Terminal. Rotate the control sudo fdisk-l. Verify which drive contains Windows and run the command sudo ntfsundelete/dev/sdb1 (replacing sdb1 by HD with the deleted data). Will be listed the recoverable files and folders. Then, rotate the control sudo ntfsundelete/dev/sdb1-u-m arq, replacing arq for item to be recovered.

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