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I'm not sure if Piriform's Recuva would work in a situation like this, but it has helped me to recover files that I accidentally deleted.

It's free, give it a try.
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WD 250GB Caviar SE16 + WD 1TB Green LG DVD±RW Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Acer 23" H233H 1920x1080 
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Kernel for Windows Recovery, an impeccable application developed for Windows system, makes data recovery from damaged Windows hard disk a hassle free task. Formatted PC, partition deletion, hard disk failure, OS failure or event accidental deletion of files and folders can now be easily resolved with this tool. Repairing corrupt FAT and NTFS file systems was never so quick and easy!
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