That's exactly what the program I suggested will attempt to do for you.
Originally Posted by Charlie708
Did you try it out?
Another option as its NTFS is using a windows tool called GETDATABACK
It comes in 2 varients FAT and NTFS.
I have found them very useful as they see and backup the raw data you want to.
Very useful and may well be a cheap alternative as a liscence is only 20 odd bucks
I am home right now, and don't have the drive with me. I will give it a shot later, and post results. Thanks for the tips!
Originally Posted by Re@lity