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Lost Files from HDD eject


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MAC OS Version: 10.6.4 on a macbook pro.

We had some files on an external usb hard drive that had been saved many times over the course of a few days. However today we can not find them. we believe the external hard drive was improperly ejected, which caused all that data to be lost.

Anyone know how / if you can recover that data? does mac store that data temporarly somewhere?

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