What to do if you deleted the vmdk file, but there are two snapshot?

Moved the virtual machine files from one to another datastore and I do not understand what action I accidentally killed the vmdk file but all other files remain. Me at least part of information to pull out, namely the DB file for sqlite3 which I hope remained in the snapshots.
And is it possible at all to restore everything as it was?

So right now it looks like the VM folder. The first file on the screen that I've created recami (I gave birth to you, I'm slammed...), naively believing that will help something
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September 19th 19 at 00:19
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September 19th 19 at 00:21
Solution
I think the only thing to do now is to try to mount a vmdk as a volume and your OS is there to try to dig deeper. Honestly, on Linux I do not tried, you need somewhere to get drivers for vmfs and some utilities are capable of such volume to be mounted and at least read.
But on Windows I did, just googled at the time. Reference: www.vmgu.ru/articles/vmware-vsphere-open-vmfs-driv... If there are links not working, write your email, I'll send the file with the drivers.
Very generally suggest the portal vmgu.ru according to vmware, a lot of good material.
UPD: there's an article at the end there is a reference to man, as is done in Linux.

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