On Thu, Jun 13, 2002 at 06:43:39AM -0400 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
phil at techworks.ie thought:
> Hi Just a quick update:
>> First of all, thanks for all the replies!
>> My first partition /dev/hda1 is actually my win2k partition which I keep around for things that I just can't run on linux (like the Ericsson T68 sync software). So if the start of that is trashed, I don't really care, as it is FAT32, so I can read it.
>> I am using gpart at the moment to scan the disk, and it has found 2 partitins so far. This is a 48G disk so it is taking a while.
>> Once I have succeeded though, I'll put a bit up on the web about it. It is always useful.
Go look on http://www.grc.com for the proggie to fix the chernobyl virus.
It may be able to retrieve your FAT32 partition and maybe even the
partition table or something...
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