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Is there a way to recover files from a storage device partially overwritten with dd?
I'm an idiot, I was writing an image to a USB drive using dd when instead of typing /dev/sdb I typed /dev/sdd and wrote the 135mb image to my 750gb External Hardrive full of files. Is there ANY ...
Jan 10 '12 at 19:56
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