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Recycling Bin Problem


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#1 Chalala

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 03:39 PM

Hi all!

I'm having problems with my recycling bin. for a few months now, my recycling bin has appeared to be empty when i click on the desktop icon, or explore the folder. However, i know that it is not. when i clik "empty recycling bin", i get a message asking if i'm sure that i want to delete the 77 files. I have accidentally deleted meny thing that i need to recover, but how can i?

someone help me...

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#2 Chalala

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 11:58 PM

cant anyone help me??? i really need something i accidentally deleted, and i cant replace it. it needs to be reovered. i forgot to add that i have WINDOWS XP, if thats important..... i woulnt know.

please help me :thumbsup:

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Posted 27 April 2005 - 12:10 AM

You'll need some kind of file recovery or undelete application. A list of possiblilities can be found here.

Sounds like the files you are looking to undelete are in a damaged recycle bin, so getting them unstuck may be difficult.

After you recover what you need, you can repair the recycle bin;

Go to Kellys-Korner XP_Tweaks and download fix #64 right (Replace/Repair the Recycle Bin in Windows XP). Save it to your desktop. Double click on the downloaded file and when it asks if you want to merge, say yes.
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