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Hi, spent last night reading different threads but couldnt fix my own issue.

So my issue is whilst installing windows 10, i accidentally deleted the wrong partition on the secondary drive (238Gb). via the command prompt with Diskpart (clean).

i think there were originally 3 partitions (2 tiny system partitions and the main partition).

I've since installed windows 10, and Recuva but can only detect a handful of sytem files.

I've made no changes to the drive except creating a new partition.

I've also tried a deepscan with EaseUS but that only detected the same files as Recuva.

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thanks in advance

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Why aren't you trying to scan disk D, which presumably is the 238 gb partition you deleted? Why are you scanning the Recovery partition, which clearly isn't the partition you deleted? Why are you trying to scan a Local Disk, which, whatever it is (someone will tell me) it isn't the deleted partition?

The three partitions you describe appear to be on Disk 1, but the partition you apparently deleted appears to be on Disk 0. I am too confused to make any sense of it.

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