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I am not exactly sure what I need to do and I do not want to accidentally overwrite my disk. I may have already done so.

After searching my web history I have found the BTC address that my BTC is on but obviously I can't access my wallet. Before I formatted my hard drives I used easeus disk clone and I cloned it on 2, maybe 3, separate hard drives. But it didn't seem to work properly. I have scanned those drives and found what I believe is the file that holds my wallet but whenever I copy/paste my wallet.dat file, Bitcoin Core does not load up and I am not even sure if that's the right file anyways. I have a lot of money in that wallet and I really need to get it back.

  • Was Bitcoin Core running while you copied the wallet.dat? – Murch Jun 23 at 19:53

protected by Nate Eldredge Sep 18 at 22:26

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