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Restore data without any backup file

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Here is my problem,
I have postgresql 8.1 installed and I stored the data in D: drive. Suddenly my system crashed and I had to replace the hard disk and there was no backup maintained. The only backup existing was 8 months ago. I'm still able to read my old hard disk with the Sata drive using a USB connector. So, how can I pull the data from my previous hard disk to my current hard disk. I've once again installed postgresql 8.1 on my new machine, but changed the passwords of the postgres. Is it possible? My OS is Windows 2000.
Please any help is really appreciated.
Thanks,
Madhavi.
Jul 16 '08 #1
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did you try to start server with the old cluster?
Jul 17 '08 #2

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