1.How did you make the "permanently delete" process?
1.Please tell us more clearly.
2.What is the file type(s) of your lost files?
3.How many partitions did you have?
Which is the partition you want to recover data from?
4.Could you tell us the exact version of our product you are using?
Thanks for your detailed information.
About your question, if you saved the recovered data to "Extended partition", the original lost data (which you deleted from this partition before) on this partition will be overwritten.
But we feel a little strange that why you would like to use Eraser to permanently delete the useless found data? If you find the recovered data is of no use, you can just delete it and empty from recycle bin to free up space.
Besides, our product doesn't support previewing PSP and PSD files indeed. After you recovered these files, you can use proper programs to open them.
In addition, could you tell us how you lost data from the secondary HDD?
I attached a picture file of my HDDs layout (though I'm not sure whether it was successful or nor as I couldn't 'preview' it).
In your case, we think the chance of recovery is small, because the old data has been overwritten when deleted by Eraser and data translation when resizing the partition.
But still, we will help you to recover the data as far as possible. We suggest you use "Complete Recovery" module and follow your strategy to perform the data recovery.
For better understanding, we need to confirm the whole thing to you.
1. Do you mean your lost data is on Disk 1 which includes a WIN95 partition we saw in the picture?
If so, please don't do any change on this disk, no matter deleting data or using Eraser on this disk.
2. Do you mean you will save the recovered files to the G partition on Disk 0...
...and if the data are not useful,you will use Eraser to permanently delete the data on G partition?
So these files will not show in the scan result of Data Recovery Wizard when searching again?
If so, we should clarify to you that unless you erase the partition which includes the lost data, our Data Recovery Wizard will always find the same files.
(we think it is G partition according to your description).
And then you can do the recovery process again.
We also don't suggest you use Eraser in this case to avoid misoperation which will cause the data unrecoverable.
...we suggest you use Data Recovery Wizard to scan and recover part of the files, if the files are useless, you just need to delete it (such as using shift + delete) from the partition where you save the recovered files...
According to screenshots and your description, we find that you reformatted your disk 1 a number of times and your original files on the F partition (L partition currently) had been overwritten; it's difficult to recover lost data.
In this situation, we suggest you install our product on the disk 0 to try to recover again,
you can choose "Partition Recovery" to get your data,
When you finish the scan, if you don't want to save the unwanted files, you can use the search method to filter all found files so that you can find the desired files, and only select them to save to a safe place.
We suggest you save the files to another external disk.
You can filter the files by their file name/size/type/date, etc. (for example, you can type '*.jpg' to find all the '.jpg' files through "Search files" function)
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