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#1 pac

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Posted 31 January 2005 - 06:56 PM

Hi,

Iīm back to ask for your help. A couple of days ago I copied some files in a USB removable disk as a backup. The whole directory. Then, I decided to delete the folder, and because of the size of the files (some downloaded videos included), they didnīt go to the Recycle bin. But I LOST MY USB (I was robbed today), and I need to recover some of the files asap. But thereīs nothing in the Recycle Bin! Is there anyway to recover the files or the folder?

Thanks for your help

pac

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#2 stidyup

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Posted 01 February 2005 - 03:36 AM

Try Restoration, download from here

Don't download this to your own PC, don't run it from your PC unless you have it partitioned or another hdd.

If you run it from your PC you run the risk of over writing the files you need, this tool will run from a floppy and you will need another media to save the files too if they can be recovered, don't save the the partition that you are trying to recover from as you may destroy the data you are trying to recover.

#3 pac

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Posted 05 February 2005 - 11:09 PM

Thanks for your help. I tried, but the sw couldnīt recover the files.

I had to make the work again, it was the only solution. But thenks anyway, the sw looks very useful...

pac :thumbsup:




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