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I am in big trouble I have a western digital disk with 2 drives which contained all my digital life.

I mistakenly used clean command in diskpart and cleaned the disk one of the drives (900GB) were protected by bitlocker I used Windows 8 to protect it and the other one was unprotected (30GB).

Now I want to know how to recover the partition or data I have already used Recover My files and Partition Table doctor without luck.

I do have password for the protected drive but not the key.

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Data recovery is simple with unencrypted discs. The filesystem itself is NTFS? –  rekire Mar 18 '13 at 18:54
    
Did you do a clean (in which case all might not be lost) or a clean all (which is a secure erase and you are stuffed if you don't have backups ?) –  davidgo Mar 18 '13 at 22:03
    
Have a look at photorec (I've used this and its read-only, takes a long time but will recover files of known types - but not filenames or directory structure if they exist), and testdisk (which I have not used, but sounds like the kind of program you want to use to attempt to recover from partitioning problems) –  davidgo Mar 18 '13 at 22:05
    
Thanks for the info no it I used clean only I tried few but they are only able to recover data from unencrypted drive I had partitioned the disk into 2 drives the other drive which was encrypted using Windows 8 I want to know how to recover that one? I do have the password for me but not the key. –  user2183633 Mar 19 '13 at 18:49
    
@user2183633 please use comments to get clarification or respond to other people's comments. You can also edit your question to add more information. Answers should only be posted as a solution to the question. See the FAQ and tour for more info. –  nhinkle Mar 19 '13 at 19:56

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