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I have a Linux partition with ext4 and I accidentally formatted it with Mac OS X Disk Utility to HFS+ (Mac OS X Extended Journaled).

I tried to recover it with http://www.r-studio.com/ on Windows but I can't get any files except few from trash or temporary browser files.

Now I'm trying another software on OS X: http://www.stellarinfo.com/mac-data-recovery.htm, however it takes some time to scan partitions.

Any ideas how to recover that partition? Should I recover it on Linux or Mac?

Thanks.

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You may try "Scalpel" it may be help. Scalpel is an open source file system recovery. for more information follow below link: http://www.tecmint.com/install-scalpel-a-filesystem-recovery-tool-to-recover-deleted-filesfolders-in-linux/

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