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Unused space on hard drives recovered?

Has anybody tried this and had it work? Using the methods on that page, the folks there claim the following drive size increases, with no data loss:

Western Digital 200GB SATA
Yield after recovery: 510GB of space

IBM Deskstar 80GB EIDE
Yield after recovery: 150GB of space

Maxtor 40GB EIDE
Yield after recovery: 80GB

Seagate 20GB EIDE
Yield after recovery: 30GB

Unknown laptop 80GB HDD
Yield: 120GB

I'd be interested to see if this works, but damn, I don't know if it's worth the risk. Anybody tried it?

Posted by Jake on 03/09/04 @ 10:54 AM
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