How to recover data after formatting NTFS->EXT4?

When installing the system on the machine chose the wrong drive. As a result, the NTFS drive with the data was formatted in EXT4. The error was spotted before the file-copy process. The result over there was nothing recorded. How can I restore the data? A blank disc of the same volume.
March 12th 20 at 08:10
3 answers
March 12th 20 at 08:12
Solution
Testdisk perfectly with it. He opensourcery. Is able to restore the previous partition table without losses!

Clear, just in case the dump using dd and specify the path to it is program, it will display all the JB section, if everything is in place you can restore to the original disk.

Once faced with a similar problem, tried many different tools, but could help but TestDisk.
March 12th 20 at 08:14
I've been there, restored with the help of GetDataBack for NTFS
March 12th 20 at 08:16
Use R. saver:
https://rlab.ru/tools/rsaver.html

It is free and does not require installation, and restores the data on the level of the best commercial software.

Specifically in your case, given the fact that the new data to disk are not recorded, the chances should be good.
Most importantly, if you have SSD, don't forget about TRIM, it can destroy data permanently.

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