> well it really depends. Theoretically, no, it's not possible. In practice,
> it might be.
What?! Assuming there haven't been any modifications to the
filesystem, theoretically it's trivial. Possible solutions include:
1. Reading the device directly, and assembling the unallocated pieces
2. Reading/Writing the device and relinking interesting blocks by hand.
3. Reading the device directly, and relinking interesting inodes.
3. Using actual software, and following the directions.
[Horrible Dos suggestion snipped]
Quote:> If you were feeling really ambitious, you might be able to manually
> reconstruct the inodes. Just don't ask me to do it :)
Indeed, given that it's somewhat important to recover the data I
suggest you either hire a competant consultant for a day, or employ a
reputable data-recovery firm.