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|Well Ext3 is just Ext2 w/ a Journal attached. The file system itself hasn't changed. There is just a form of "record keeping." This method may very well work on it. I'm a ReiserFS user myself so I don't really have the opportunity to try it out.|
|In windows you can use powerquest "lost and found". Not sure if it supports NTFS tho.|
|OO Unerase for windows is cheap/free and highly recommended|
|I just tried this method under ext3, it doesn't seem to work - I can see the deleted blocks (three, for a 20 character file), but cat'ing them returns garbage.
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|ext3 zeroes out the inode, making it almost impossible to recover... ext2 just marks it unused. Unless you use an ext3 partition mounted as ext2, the data on ext3 won't be recoverable using these means.|
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