1253 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 19, 2010 10:02 PM by AxL
First thing to do is DO NOT USE IT now for storing more data on it.
(Most of) your old data is still somewhere on the disk, but now you need an expensive tool which is able to recover it.
I don't know about this one
Arch is right though:
Upgrading to Snow Leopard should "naturally" keep your old data untouched, except if one chooses on purpose to do a "clean install".
«If your friend did an Erase & Install then ...»
If your friend did an Erase & Install, without Secure-Erasing them, then (most of) your files are still on the hard drive, but you'll have to use one of these: