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There is Ubuntu and Unix/Linux site but is there special 'stack' site for Mac and Windows?

For context, the question I am looking to ask: I accidentally connected a Windows NTFS formatted HDD to a Mac. And the Mac (may be) quick-formatted it. I think that the information is there, but the FAT table is gone. How I can recover the information.

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possibly superuser, depending on your question ... I think – Adam Rackis Feb 8 '12 at 20:21
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and possibly apple.stackexchange.com, depending on your question – Mat Feb 8 '12 at 20:22
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superuser.com for both, apple.stackexchange.com for Mac specific stuff – ChrisF Feb 8 '12 at 20:23
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Super User is our general software/hardware site. It handles Windows, Mac, as well as Unix and Linux.

Ask Different is our Apple site, in the same vein as Unix & Linux and Ask Ubuntu are for theirs. We do not have an explicit Windows site in the same fashion, mostly because it is generally covered by Super User still.

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as a note for followers, "askdifferent" appears to be equal to apple.stackexchange.com these days. – rogerdpack Apr 15 '13 at 6:05

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