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Restore Deleted Files


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#1 bgorrah

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 01:08 PM

I am a Beginner so I do not fully understand how this works but it was sent to me today and it sounded so good I thought I would share it with you people who have helped me so much in the past.

I always thought that once you delete something it was gone for good but not so according to this site.

It restores deleted files from the Recycle Bin. It stands alone & does not require installation.

I am hoping that you more knowledgeable people tell me that this might really work. Here is the link:

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.htm

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#2 TEB

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 02:53 PM

Well when you delete a file from the recycle bin, its not truly lost. You cant just delete a file, so what windows does is it marks it as space that can be overwritten and what your told is you have 45 gigs free, but what it really means. Is you have 45 gigs of othr stuff that is ready to be overwritten

Thats how sometimes police detectives can identify lost data on which a computer was used to commit the crime.

I wouldnt reccomend that program though, http://www.winrecovery.com/undelete/?rid=google&kid=wu0401




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