Although FAT32 or FAT16 are very old file systems, which reflects on their poor performance in comparison with other file system alternatives they are still widely used by many electronic devices. Usually, these devices include USB stick's, digital cameras , camcorders and etc. Chances are that you own and store personal data on a device with FAT flesystem is very high as is a likelihood of an accidental deletion of your important data. In this article we will use testdisk utility to undelete files from FAT file system.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/data-recovery-of-deleted-files-from-the-fat-filesystem
Hi. I tried following this tutorial for testdisk but unfortunately I have no [Undelete] option visible, only [Type], [Image Creation] and [Quit]. I already tried every partition but always get the same menu. Any tips?