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Try Photorec  using the deep scan. It will takes days


'inode' is Unix/Linux file systems only, and of those, just the earlier ones
Modern Linux files are more secure

P.S. - you're bringing back scary memories of corrupt graphics philes on SGI boxes.... 
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He doesn't need to recover the files. He had other copies.
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