HELP!! "Undelete" function for a Dos partition
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 18:08:31 +0100
I have mounted a (SCSI)DOS partition and accidentally deleted some
(dos)-files too much.
Is there a way or tool, to "undelete" files on that partition?
I am running Suse90Pro.
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