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Old 2008-07-26, 08:49 AM
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recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

Gonne keep it brief...
Got busted taping last night,and long story short was made to erase the 2 hi-mds.

Is there any way possible to recover the information from the discs?? I erased them, and did nothing further..did not record on them again..nothing.

Any help would be very,very appreciated.

-jason
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Old 2008-07-26, 12:12 PM
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Re: recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

get data back for ntfs/fat
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Old 2008-07-26, 01:03 PM
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Re: recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

I called Sony in AL. And he guy told me that he was fairly certain that they could do it for me. I just have to call back monday and speak to someone else,then send the discs in.
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Old 2008-07-27, 01:47 AM
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Re: recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

^glad to hear it!

in the event that they are unable you could also try this:
http://www.minidisc.org/cloning_procedure.html

BUT before you do, use another unimportant disc, record it then blank it (as similar a situation as you can create compared to your important discs) & see if you can recover the data with the TOC clone method. it might not even work at all with hi-md. you can use a little piece of string or something to stop the door from locking to trick the deck into writing the TOC to the incorrect disc.

fwiw I've never done this method, only read about it, proceed at your own risk.
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Old 2008-07-27, 09:18 AM
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^glad to hear it!
what one for Five?...that it could be done or that Sony would help out

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Re: recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

I talked to someone at Sony,- was told they could probably extract it for me. I just have to call back monday morning.
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what one for Five?...that it could be done or that Sony would help out
both!
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Re: recovering data from "erased" hi-mds???

Found a solution.should be good to go,small fee necessary though.oh well.
When I get the discs back the show will be torrented and dedicated to the Cleveland P.D.and Quicken Loans Arenas lovely staff and management.
Fuckers.
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Glad to hear it'll work out in the end. Busted & still triumphant.

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Glad to hear it'll work out in the end. Busted & still triumphant.

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Foo Fighters.
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