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Please Help ..File Extracting..

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#1 murihikukid


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Posted 04 April 2005 - 04:28 AM

Hi..Hopefully I am in the right forum as I believe this may be a software issue....After a complete harddrive curruption the drive was sent to a Data Recovery Company to recover what they could ...My main concern was to recover my music transcription files that I had worked on over many years using a program "Tabledit"....the file extension *.tef........
They are small ie 5 -20kb....but although many were recovered the most important ones weren't.....HOWEVER ..they are there and heres an example ....I have found up to 90 headings inside a 750MB video file......By splitting the MPG into 50kb pieces I was able to establish exactly what parts had a heading in it and then I opened part by part with "WordPad".......
And sure enough there was a tef file......of course not much good in computer code as a document file......

So is there a method to reverse what I see back to a TEF file.......I really need help here ..
Thanks Ron New Zealand.

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#2 KoanYorel


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Posted 04 April 2005 - 06:01 AM

I not know about .tef files.

But check this site to see if you get any ideas....


and come back if this not help you...

Maybe another might have more info for you....
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