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Old 26th August 2008
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i have a harddrive that currently has freebsd 6.3 on it. ive used it for years and was wondering if there was any possible way i can recover files on it, even though it has been reformatted probably more than 20 times and have had probably 10 - 15 different operating systems on it. is this possible? if so, can someone point me in the right direction... thank you.
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