I have a dual booting Windows 7/Ubuntu 10.04 computer, and I killed the Ubuntu partition (I don't know how, but I can't even boot without it saying that there is a missing file and the kernel panicking).
I want to get the files from my home directory, but all of the programs I have tried don't work. If I try to open
L:/ (the drive I installed Ubuntu into), it works, but only shows 3 folders,
System Volume Information and Ubuntu, none of which contain anything useful. In properties, it says it is NTFS. (I noticed that this is also the contents of
/host). I have tried 4 different programs, and none have worked (Explore2fs, Ext2Fsd, Ext2IFS and DiskInternals' Linux reader).