How to restore the disk?

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Changed the partitions on the hard disk, the partition is no longer open. Windows sees it, but does not define the size, offers format. Data can be viewed using the program recuva, but I have no place to restore them, try the first software for the recovery I'm afraid not want to ruin the data. Tell me how you can get it back to life?
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any linux live cd, testdisk utility, for example ubuntu top menu — administration — software sources — third party add ON (check all checkboxes). further Applications > Accessories > Terminal
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install testdisk
sudo testdisk
further all intuitively is clear, the utility will restore Your partitions to the state before the change
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Alternatively, you can try CD utility from Paragon, and to try to merge this section with some of the existing
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The first rule when restoring data to restore data on the failed section. Risk losing everything
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I use R-Studio portable version, but with such sections Naur form restores information
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r-studio GetData Recover My Files
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and yet, if the data is important, then nothing is better than to fasten one more screw and to recover the data on it is not coming up...
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rstudio is from personal experience. nothing else helped (testdisk, ddrescue). but the bastard paid.
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