I'll second the R-Studio option.
I used it against a drive that had already been rejected by a data
I only got ten gig off the drive, but that was better than nothing.
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I've had good luck with R-Studio
badly mangled disks. Their $80 version is fine when you have a computer
you devote to the task, and can hook the damaged disk directly up. So
its the best tool that I've found, for general case problems.